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For clinicians

The best available evidence-based guidance to help you improve the quality of care.

We publish the latest clinical reviews to give the most likely clinical applications in primary and secondary care.

Our in-house experts identify, appraise, grade and summarise the very latest and most authoritative biomedical evidence.


We support your everyday practice and can help you make better decisions with products and services we build around your knowledge needs and clinical workflow.

Trusted decision support

Available anywhere, BMJ Best Practice ranked equal first for breadth of disease coverage, editorial quality, and evidence-based methodology in an independent review of clinical decision support tools. Get unlimited access with a 7-day trial.

Education and training events

Our online revision and learning tools are used by over 700,000 healthcare professionals worldwide. BMJ Learning features over 1,000 evidence-based, peer-reviewed learning courses across 70 specialty areas, in 11 languages. It is also accredited in more than 20 countries. We also specialise in events, find out more by clicking here. 

Careers

Find your next job at BMJ Careers or progress more easily in your current role by attending the BMJ Careers Fair this October in London.

Journals

Publishing is one of our core specialties: BMJ Journals gives you some of the highest cited research available and The BMJ  is one of the top five most cited general medical journals in the world. 

Get published

Our BMJ Author Hub and run an eLearning programme, Research to Publication, to show you what you need to do to get published. 

We have a long history of engagement with open access. We believe that the wide availability of research articles is critically important to help doctors and patients make better healthcare decisions together.  That’s why we give you the option to publish in over 60 of our journals, including The BMJ and BMJ Open.

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The BMJ Author Hub is amazing! A gift to the world of research. I am a mentor of Junior Faculty and am already sharing this resource widely. Thank you so much!

Tamara Ritsema, Assistant Professor, George Washington University School of Medicine