A world-leading general medicine journal

The BMJ is one of the most influential and respected general medicine journals in the world, featuring original research, reviews, expert analysis, authoritative opinion and medical education content.

The BMJ is a world leading general medicine journal

An important presence in the US: The BMJ’s head of research is Dr. Elizabeth Loder, a chief in the Department of Neurology at the Brigham and Women’s/Faulkner Hospitals and professor at Harvard Medical School. 

Ranked #5 in general and internal medicine 
2019 Journal Citation Reports®, Clarivate Analytics, 2020


The BMJ COVID-19 hub is a compilation of the latest peer-reviewed research, news, and opinion from The BMJ and BMJ’s 70 + specialist journals and clinical solutions. All content is free to read and share.



The BMJ content highlights

State of the Art clinical reviews provide the latest, specialty-specific medical knowledge in 5,000-word articles. Predominantly written by U.S. authors.

Rapid recommendations accelerate evidence into clinical practice through trustworthy recommendations.

Archive access – dating back to 1840 – included with all subscriptions.

Article types include:
•  Original research  •  News •  Features •  Systematic review  •  Editorials  •  Analysis  •  Observations  •  Opinion • Head to head • Editor’s choice • Views and reviews • …and more!

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