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If you already have an account, please skip this process and scroll down to BMJ products where you can find ‘Access’ buttons below.



Fast access to clinical decision support anytime, anywhere

BMJ Best Practice takes you quickly and accurately to the latest evidence-based information. Our step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention is updated daily using robust evidence based methodology and expert opinion.

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  1. Click on 'Access BMJ Best Practice' button below.
  2. You will be prompted to create a personal account on your first visit.
  3. Use your personal account to download the app for access anywhere, anytime, even offline.
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Build your knowledge

BMJ Learning provides continuing medical education that is high-quality, evidence-based and covers clinical topics, professional skills and career development.

How to Access

  1. First, register for an account. To do this sign in to the EHS/ELM portal and select ‘BMJ Learning’ under the ‘Resources’ section, then click ‘Register’ once you reach the BMJ Learning site.
  2. Once registered, click on the 'Access BMJ Learning' button below to log in and get started.
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