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Support clinical decisions
Get fast and easy access to the latest relevant, evidence-based information to support healthcare staff in making diagnosis and treatment decisions.
Improve authors’ success in conducting and publishing clinical research, quality improvement projects, and other medical writing through our knowledge environment and editorial expertise.
Keep up to date with the latest research
Access high quality, high impact journals that serve the entire medical and scientific communities. BMJ has some of the most top ranked journals and niche publications for specialties.
Support CME/CPD with BMJ Learning
Support the educational needs of all medical students and professionals throughout their career with flexible and relevant modules that are a source of accreditation in most countries.
Making sure that patients receive safe and reliable care is a real challenge and priority for healthcare organisations and clinics around the world.
Our products and services are designed to help you set and achieve your strategic clinical objectives, improve quality and reduce costs.
Whether you are focussed on community-based care or medical specialities performed within the hospital environment, our innovative resources ensure clinical teams can manage, monitor and improve the care that your organisation provides.
With offices in 7 locations around the world, we employ practising clinicians and in-house teams of clinical writers, editors and health economists. We also have a unique external network of clinical advisory board members, medical experts, authors and over 4,000 international peer reviewers.
Together we are able to continuously develop the best tools and resources to help individuals and organisations deliver high-quality, safe and affordable healthcare.
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We can help reduce the burden on health systems by making changes where we can based on the best available evidence. Talk to us today.