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Digital Resources

To help raise awareness of your subscription to BMJ Best Practice within your institution, we have created the following digital resources ready for you to download and distribute. Simply click on the links to download.

 

Example email

We have put together an email to support you in communicating with your colleagues about BMJ Best PracticeWhether a new or current subscriber, emails are a great way of raising awareness internally, for example through the intranet or using internal email lists. Each example email can be customised to suit your aims and activities. 

 

Download 'You have access to BMJ Best Practice' 

           

Email signatures

To help raise awareness of BMJ Best Practice in your institution, please feel free to download and use these images in email signatures.

To save the images:

  1. Click on the image to download. Right click and select 'Save image as'. If saving a GIF file, please ensure you select the image type as 'GIF Image'.
  2. Hyperlink the email signature by highlighting the image when in place in your email with your chosen URL. 

Example URL to link to:                                      
https://bestpractice.bmj.com/info/newbp  

   

 

     

 

     


Logos

Personalize your flyers and email campaigns with the BMJ Best Practice logo to raise awareness of your subscription within your organisation.

 

Download the BMJ Best Practice Logo   

 

Social Media posts

We have also created the below posts that can be shared on your social media pages. Simply download the format you would like.

 

Download Facebook / LinkedIn post

Download Twitter post

   

 

Download Facebook / LinkedIn post

Download Twitter post

  

 

 

If you would like further support through social media such as a bespoke campaign to your users, please contact marketingsupport@bmj.com

 

"BMJ Best Practice is my reliable resource of evidence based practice. It is my reference for teaching, training, writing, in doubt, in emergencies and in leisure."

Consultant Anaesthetist UK Hospital