- ISSN: 1756 1833
- Impact factor: 93.333
- Frequency: Weekly issues, published continuously online
- First published: 1840
- Ranked 4/165 in General and Internal Medicine
- Editor-in-Chief: Fiona Godlee, MD
- Website: bmj.com
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