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“Our partnership with BMJ has helped develop the Emergency Medicine Journal into an important scientific journal. The professional approach, expertise and support provided by BMJ has been first class.”
Gordon Miles, Chief Executive, Royal College of Emergency Medicine
By partnering with BMJ, associations and professional bodies can get the support they need to provide your members with the best possible benefits. Meanwhile, societies and royal colleges can trust us to share the right knowledge on how to deliver the best content and raise publication ranking in a crowded market. We can also help you lead the debate on the issues that are of most concern to your members and achieve the international recognition you deserve.
As a wholly owned subsidiary of the world-renowned British Medical Association, for more than 150 years we have been successfully supporting their 120,000+ members by providing cutting-edge research, award-winning clinical decision support, and educational resources and events. But don’t just take our word for it. We also work with more than 50 professional bodies, royal colleges, associations and societies to help them succeed in the areas that matter most to them.
"The Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, the EULAR journal, published by BMJ, has risen to become the premier journal in the discipline on a global basis. It contains clinical, translational and discovery science of the highest order that will continue to progress the discipline.
The success of the journal reflects the high quality of editorial, publishing, turnaround times and production standards that are the norm at BMJ and that thereby support our aspirations to maintain a publication of the highest standard.” The EULAR Steering Committee.
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“When the Lupus Foundation of America was searching for a journal publishing partner, we could find no better company than BMJ. Working together, the first lupus-specific open access journal came to life in 2013. As a world class publishing partner, BMJ was the perfect fit for us. We highly value and share their dedication to collaboration and advancing healthcare.”
Sandra Raymond CEO, Lupus Foundation of America
Talk to us to find out how we can make your publication a leading title in its field. Contact Glen Campbell, US Managing Director
BMJ has two Institutional Open Access options which allow institutions to remove some or all of the financial cost involved when their authors publish Open Access with BMJ: BMJ Open Access Account and BMJ Open Access Membership. Contact Simon Neilson.
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