Latest BMJ news: 28 March 2013

Vitamin D sufficiency in pregnancy  readiconRobyn Lucas, Fan Xiang, and Anne-Louise Ponsonby
Taking the sting out of lumbar puncturePaul Rizzoli
What should clinical commissioning groups do on 1 April 2013?Clare Gerada
Future proofing the Quality and Outcomes FrameworkVeena S Raleigh and Niek Klazinga
Inaccuracy of forehead thermometersGervase Vernon
Evidence base needs to be developed for the whole process of end of life careSuzanne M Kite, Fiona Hicks, Elizabeth Rees, Claire Shepherd, and Christopher Stothard
Protests about having to structure time off to enable the NHS to work at weekends as it does in the week may be hypocriticalKevin J H Newman
The NHS working at weekends as it does during the week is a non-starterS Blair
Training of young surgeons would be problematic if the NHS worked at weekends as it does during the weekStephen Brearley
BMA calls for national launch of 111 urgent care hotline to be haltedGareth Iacobucci
Healthcare neglects effects of smoking among mentally ill people, says reportJacqui Wise
Study of genetic variants in common cancers paves way for targeted screeningGeoff Watts
Two thirds of Welsh district hospitals have higher than predicted mortality, figures showSusan Mayor
In brief
NICE recommends training programmes for parents to tackle children’s antisocial behaviourNigel Hawkes
Telehealth can be beneficial when used properly, say expertsBob Roehr
Would doctors routinely asking older patients about their memory improve dementia outcomes? NoMargaret McCartney
How do we know whether medical apps work?

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