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Our partnerships

From cutting edge research to helping some of the world’s most vulnerable people, we work with a wide-range of international organisations to deliver results.  Here are just a few examples of the work we do with our partners:

  • The British National Formulary (BNF) is clinicians' favourite medicines information resource - the BNF is used over 3 million times a week. It is a joint publication of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB) and BMJ.  NICE currently distribute the BNF to NHS hospitals, doctors, dental surgeons, and community pharmacies.  A recent 6 year partnership renewal continues the journey toward improved digital access for healthcare professionals by including a new BNF app due for launch later in the year. 
  • We have been partners with the Institute of Healthcare Improvement in Boston for over 20 years. Together we deliver the annual International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare which attracts over 4,000 delegates from 80 countries.
  • In partnership with the Delhi Medical Council, BMJ Learning provides an online CME platform, providing high quality CME/CPD for doctors and healthcare professionals in India by offering innovative and user friendly online courses
  • The American Society of Clinical Oncology Virtual Learning Collaborative Pilot, an initiative funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the California HealthCare Foundation, is using a customized version of the BMJ Quality platform to promote quality improvement learning amongst participating oncology teams at sites across the U.S.
  • We launched a high-quality, open access journal in partnership with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) to disseminate the latest research and advances in the field.  The Association’s mission to prevent and cure diabetes, coupled with BMJ’s interest in improving healthcare outcomes, is the perfect foundation to achieve these aims.

Find out more:

Introducing research to publication

Introducing research to publication

Dr.Trish Groves, Head of Research at BMJ and Editor-in-chief of BMJ Open, talks about BMJ's new online learning programme which teaches the skills necessary for success throughout every stage.

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Making It Happen for global women's health

Making It Happen for global women's health

The award-winning Making It Happen programme aims to make positive changes for these mothers and their newborns by training 12,000 healthcare workers in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. 

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Creating better care bundles with BMJ

Creating better care bundles with BMJ

In 2012 The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust wanted to standardise care, create quality patient documentation, and improve patient flow. BMJ helped to achieve this with a localised service, evidence-based clinical guidelines, ...

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Our partners

Organisations we are proud to work with.

Governments, NGOs and universities

We partner with organisations around the world, to whom we  offer advice, knowledge, reach and strategic guidance. Partner with us today.

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Get in touch

Partner with BMJ today to benefit from world-leading support and resources. Contact Steve Thorpe.

Steve Thorpe
Tel: +44 (0)20 7383 6594
Email: sthorpe@bmj.com

To find out what opportunities we have with Healthcare Partnerships, contact John O'Connell.

John O'Connell
Tel: +44 (0)20 7383 6987
Email: joconnell@bmj.com

To find out what opportunities we have within governments and other authorities, speak to Pauline Dilworth.

Pauline Dilworth
Tel: +44 (0)79 2072 7922
Email: pdilworth@bmj.com

The partnership with BMJ has allowed us to leverage their evidence engine and really link all our recommendations in with BMJ Best Practice, and use that as an efficient way of keeping our evidence up to date.

Professor Lara Fairall, Head of the University of Cape Town Lung Institute's Knowledge Translation Unit (UCTLI KTU)