This BMJ collection analyses progress in the evolution of Chinese medical research in four important areas—evidence informed policy, guidelines development, real world evidence, and big data.
The BMJ's collection of papers on assisted dying covers a wide range of personal, professional, and religious opinion on a controversial subject that divides doctors, the general public, and parliaments' representatives worldwide .
This collection examines ways in which cross sectoral working, and wider societal engagement are necessary to successfully achieve the sustainable development goals.
This collection provides an overview of the political, social, and economic problems caused by AMR in the WHO South East Asia region.
This collection provides an overview of the World Bank’s evolving role in global health and follows on from The BMJ's 1999 series on the World Bank by discussing changes in global health governance since the millennium.
This collection brings together leading health experts from across the region and internationally to discuss health priorities and identify evidence based solutions to shape health policy and interventions.
This collection examines the evidence and the thinking that form the basis of a new global strategy to improve maternal and child health in the world’s poorest and high burden countries.
This spotlight series of articles on patient centred care explores how doctors and patients can work collaboratively to improve the way in which healthcare is designed and delivered, so that it meets the needs and priorities of patients better.
The war on drugs has failed, and The BMJ says it's time for doctors to lead calls for pragmatic reform informed by science and ethics. This collection brings together our recent articles on this topic.
In May 2017 a new director general of the World Health Organization will be elected. Watch Fiona Godlee, editor in chief of The BMJ, and Suerie Moon interview the candidates.
A collection of all BMJ resources on the Ebola outbreak.
A collection of all BMJ resources on Zika virus.
Gareth Iacobucci examines the key challenges facing the NHS in 2017 and looks at how the service can overcome them.
This collection looked at the key issues in the run up to the EU referendum and the immediate aftermath of the results.
Does being admitted to hospital at the weekend increase your risk of dying? This collection covered the debate about the so-called weekend effect.
This BMJ collaboration accelerates evidence into practice, to answer the questions that matter quickly and transparently through trustworthy recommendations.
The erasure of Hadiza Bawa-Garba, a trainee paediatrician, from the UK register has made doctors anxious and raised questions about what’s next for the patient safety agenda. Read our latest coverage.