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For general practices and clinics1

Medical education

Tailored resources to help your clinicians identify learning needs and keep up with the latest evidence, guidelines and best practice.

Help medical students and junior staff to publish their case studies and case reports.

Offer outreach and guidance with expert-led ‘How to get published’ learning modules and workshops.

 

How to access <i>BMJ Best Practice</i> & find usage statistics

How to access BMJ Best Practice & find usage statistics

Find access information for BMJ Best Practice, including off-site/remote access, how to access our app and where to find institutional usage statistics

Online tutorials

Online tutorials

View our range of tutorials, created for Medical students, Clinicians, Junior doctors and Nurses

User guides

User guides

View and download either our Getting Started guide, or our full Website User guide
Communication materials & templates

Communication materials & templates

Here you can find various downloadable materials to promote your institution's access to BMJ Best Practice

Sharing knowledge

Sharing knowledge

New knowledge is generated rapidly yet often diffuses too slowly. Ensuring that knowledge is disseminated quickly, effectively, and widely is our priority. 

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Strengthening health systems

Strengthening health systems

Our evidence-based tools and resources help frontline healthcare professionals improve the management of both communicable and non-communicable diseases.

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Building an evidence base

Building an evidence base

We teamed up with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to develop Research to Publication, a modular, scalab...

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Convening people

The actors involved in global health are changing, and a multi-sectoral, cross-cutting approach is essential for tackling the priority issues.

We have extensive experience in bringing together thought leaders, policy makers, healthcare professionals and senior stakeholders from all sectors with an interest and mission for improving global health and global health security.
Our programme of events collectively attracts more than 10,000 delegates annually from over 85 countries, including: Contact Lalitha Bhagavatheeswaran to talk to us today.