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BMJ on the iPad
Your BMJ. Anytime, anywhere.
Combining the best of print and online, BMJ is available on the iPad - the first general medical journal to launch a version for Apple's tablet computer.
NEW!Mid Staffs iPad special issue
The BMJ has published an iPad special issue about failings at Mid Staffordshire Foundation NHS Trust and the subsequent inquiry, led by Robert Francis QC. The issue is a collection of articles published in the BMJ between 2010 and 2013, providing expert analysis and opinion about the unfolding crisis. There are prominent links to latest blogs and podcasts about Mid Staffs, including a recent roundtable discussion about how to put compassion back into healthcare. The participants included representatives from primary and secondary care, Dr Peter Carter, head of the Royal College of Nursing, and Jocelyn Cornwall, director of the King's Fund Point of Care programme. The Mid Staffs iPad issue is available on iTunes and costs £2.99 as a single issue purchase. BMA members and monthly subscribers will get it for free.
BMJ is available on the iPad as:
- a new tablet app direct from bmj.com - free to current personal or institutional subscribers
- an iPad app from the iTunes store - free to BMA members - including live feeds of the latest news, blogs, podcasts, and videos to appear on bmj.com
BMJ tablet app
- Provides the weekly BMJ print journal selection of research, comment, and education, specifically designed for offline tablet reading
- FREE to all BMJ institutional and personal subscribers and BMA members
- For more information, click here
BMJ iPad app
- Combines all key article content from the weekly BMJ (with added interactivity), along with live feeds of the latest news, blogs, podcasts, and videos to appear on bmj.com
- FREE to BMA members as part of their membership package or as a subscription for non-BMA members
- Download the app from the iTunes store, and preview a sample issue.
- For more information, click here
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