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From specialist publications and decision support to online learning, our products and services help improve the educational development of students and professionals. They also help organisations improve their research and development services.
Our flagship journal is one of the most influential and respected general medical journals in the world. The BMJ is available online, on the iPad and in print.
This section allows students preparing for exams to work through case reports, picture and anatomy quizzes, and includes a helpful series on medical statistics.
Students can gain one CME hour by completing the weekly clinical reviews. Our expert authors provide a clear and practical account of the topic.
Our picture series highlight important and often unusual clinical learning points.
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