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The BMJ online (bmj.com) is much more than just the weekly print issue of The BMJ. Updated continuously with the latest news, research, comment, and education resources, bmj.com is one of the top medical journal websites in the world, with more than a million visitors a month. As well as providing free access to all original research, the site includes an archive back to 1840, a search functionality to help you easily find articles, an email alerts function to have relevant content delivered to your inbox, and the ability to quickly respond to articles you have read.
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The BMJ General Practice - print and online subscription
The BMJ General Practice has the highest impact factor in primary care. It is read by doctors involved in all areas of primary healthcare and features advertising relevant to the UK and Eire market.
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The BMJ Clinical Research - print and online subscription
The BMJ Clinical Research is read by all grades of hospital doctors responsible for prescribing medicine and influencing decisions. Readers rate The BMJ Clinical Research the best weekly medical journal for clinical content, original research, and education, training, and development.
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If you are a new customer to BMJ and The BMJ, you will be asked to register your details before completing the transaction. Within a two weeks of placing your order you will be sent the current issue of the publication, the print journal will be delivered to the address that you provide when you register.
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Your subscription is annual and will end 365 days after it starts but you will receive a renewal notification before it ends. If you would like your subscription period to begin from a previous issue of the journal please contact our customer services team on +44 (0)20 111 1105.
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Selling specifically to the institutional academic, government, corporate, hospital, and national license market, the sales team provide pre-sales and post-sales assistance, ensuring the customer is supported throughout the whole sales process.
The institutional sales team also deals with specialised custom pricing for consortia and multiple product purchases.
Institutional and corporate librarians will find a number of useful tools, reports, and additional information under Institutional Support Services.
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BMJ Journals Online Collection contains over 30 leading specialty journals (bmj.com is not part of this collection). bmj.com, Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin (DTB), the BMJ Evidence Centre and BMJ Learning are all available to institutions, libraries, corporations, and consortia as separate subscriptions. For more information, please contact our consortia sales team.
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