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Men more at risk of cannabis psychosis than women

Men are four times more likely to be admitted to hospital with cannabis-related psychosis than women according to a recent study (Adv Dual Diag 2015;8(3)). This gender...Read more

Men gain access to ‘women only’ constipation drug

Men with chronic constipation that has failed to respond to laxatives can now try prucalopride (Resolor). Prucalopride has been available for women since...Read more

Big rise in STIs among gay men

Sexually transmitted diseases are on the increase among gay men, according to the latest government figures.Public Health England reports a 46% increase in the...Read more

Latest Blogs

Avoiding the ‘seven deadly sins of surgery’

No surgeon goes to work intending to harm his or her patients. Unfortunately, clinical errors with resultant harm to a patient will occasionally happen....Read more

Avoiding medical errors in general practice

There has been some welcome focus in this publication over recent months on high-profile examples of medical error, the role of our professional bodies in...Read more

Testicular cancer – a young man’s disease?

I would be surprised to find anyone who has not heard of testicular cancer. It is the cancer of young men and should be regularly searched for by testicular...Read more

Latest Videos

Avoiding medical errors in general practice

Jonny Coxon (GP, Beaconsfield Medical Practice, Brighton) discusses the main types of error in general practice and how these might be avoided.This video accompanies...Read more

Treatment of metastatic prostate cancer

Simon Chowdhury (Consultant Medical Oncologist, Guy's Hospital, London) discusses new drug developments in metastatic prostate cancer and considers the challenges facing...Read more

The STAMPEDE trial

In this short video, Noel Clarke (Consultant Urologist, The Christie and Salford Royal Hospitals, Manchester) discusses the results and implications of the STAMPEDE (Systemic...Read more

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New Trends issue
Read the new issue of Trends in Urology & Men’s Health (volume 6, issue 4, July/August 2015), which contains articles on metastatic prostate cancer, urethral stricture disease, avoiding medical error, and more…Read more

Articles of the week

Avoiding medical errors in general practice
The two main types of error in general practice are diagnostic and prescribing errors. Jonny Coxon and Jonathan Rees consider how they might arise and suggest ways in which they may be avoided…Read more

Avoiding the ‘seven deadly sins of surgery’
Nowadays, when a serious mistake does occur, the implications for the surgeon can be extremely serious. The very best way to deal with a serious clinical error is to avoid it in the first place…Read more