Have you ever wondered how many Nintendo-related incidents occur every year? What about how deaths in children’s films compare to deaths in movies with an older audience? The BMJ Christmas Issue is here to give tongue-in-cheek answers to those questions — and many more. Medical Library News gives an overview below, and you can browse the issue here: http://www.bmj.com/thebmj
The Christmas Issue for 2014 includes:
- The Christmas tree sign: a diagnostic tool for ECG connoisseurs
- Transmissibility of the Ice Bucket Challenge among globally influential celebrities: retrospective cohort study
- Use of Google Translate in medical communication: evaluation of accuracy
- An exploration of the basis for patient complaints about the oldness of magazines in practice waiting rooms: cohort study
More light hearted articles from the Christmas edition are available on the BMJ web site (available through Primo). The print copy of the Christmas issue is expected to arrive on 19th December.
The Medical Library Team