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History of BMJ online
Video abstracts launched (9 April)
The site's India edition launches (3 February)
New data sharing policy: Drug and medical device trials considered for publication only if authors commit to making relevant anonymised patient level data available on reasonable request (January)
The BMJ's open data campaign website goes live (30 October)
The site's US edition launches (1 October)
bmj.com wins UK Medical Journalists' Association website of the year award (10 July)
BMJ tablet app launched for institutional and personal subscribers (13 July)
BMJ voted in the top 10 biomedical journals of the century by the Specialist Libraries Association
bmj.com highly commended at PPA awards (business website category)
The start of BMJ Pico - Pico is the abridged version of research papers that will appear in the print journal. As always the full text open access version of research papers will be available online at bmj.com (1 January 2009)
Making a difference (26 April 2008)
NHS at 60 (28 June 2008)
Fully continuous publication (28 June 2008)
Launch of BMJ Videos (21 August 2010)
Open Access credentials (31 July 2008)
Launch of Endgames - interactive quizzes for junior doctors (3 September 2008)
Launch of BMJ Podcasts (18 December 2008)
Redesigned bmj.com (20 January 2007)
Singing the body electronic (21 January 2006)
Revitalising rapid responses (4 June 2005)
Series, PowerPoint slides, and folders now available on bmj.com (24 September 2005)
Guardian readers vote bmj.com one of the web's five most useful health sites
Open access publishing takes off (3 January 2004)
bmj.com behind access controls (9 October 2004)
Winner of the Best Integration of Media
AOP UK Interactive Publishing Awards 2002
Three new initiatives involving bmj.com (9 March 2002)
Twenty thousand conversations (18 May 2002)
Is that it? How online articles have changed over the past five years (21 Dec 2002)
PubMed Central: creating an Aladdin's cave of ideas (6 January 2001)
Forthcoming theme issues and how we chose them (6 October 2001)
bmj.com named Best Business Product or Service at PPAi Interactive Publishing Awards 2000
BMJ set to sign with PubMed Central, JSTOR, and WorldSpace (1 Jan 2000)
All journals from BMJ Publishing Group should be free online (15 Jan 2000)
Revel in electronic and paper media (22 July 2000)
What is publication? (16 January 1999)
Pleasing both authors and readers (3 April 1999)
Moving beyond journals: the future arrives with a crash (19 June 1999)
The joy of being electronic (21 August 1999)