People shouldn’t die from systemic knowledge gaps, and health professionals shouldn’t have to make decisions alone.
We collaborate with global partners in low- and middle-income countries to put reliable information and tools into the hands of health professionals. Together we are strengthening health systems, building capacity and changing the course of human health – one patient at a time.
The world must prepare now to fight the next pandemic.
We work with governments and partners to build more resilient healthcare systems with the best digital health tools and resources.CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT TRAINING INITIATIVE WITH THE US GOVERNMENT CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION CENTRE WITH ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK SUPPORTING DOCTORS ON THE FRONTLINE HOW COVID-19 HAS IMPACTED OUR WORK
Non-communicable diseases represent 60% of the disease burden worldwide and their impact in low- and middle- income countries is increasing.
Our evidence-based digital resource covers 95% of the most commonly presenting conditions, including all the key non-communicable diseases (NCDs) affecting people in China and globally.DEMOCRACY AND HEALTH COLLECTION FOR THE WORLD HEALTH SUMMIT THE BMJ COLLECTION ON NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES BETTER HEALTH PROGRAMME WORKSHOP WITH THE UK FOREIGN & COMMONWEALTH OFFICE
Skilled primary care professionals and robust quality standards lay the foundations for successful healthcare systems. They can be the difference between life and death, work and unemployment, wellness, and chronic ill-health.
We work with partners around the world to train and empower primary care clinicians to deliver evidence-based medicine. Our recent programme trained 18,210 doctors across 1,000 institutions.PRIMARY HEALTHCARE IN UKRAINE WITH THE WORLD BANK PRACTICAL SUPPORT FOR PRIMARY CARE IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES
Accreditation is an important incentive toward creating successful training methods for health professionals. That’s why our learning resources are accredited in 63 countries.
Recently, our partnership with the Government of Ukraine helped to establish a CME system that requires doctors to gain 250 credits over five years. Meanwhile, the availability of BMJ’s learning resources in Georgia was a catalyst for change that has strengthened its CPD system.DELIVERING LARGE SCALE PROGRAMMES DELIVERING CPD SYSTEMS BUILDING RESEARCH CAPACITY IN THAILAND
We provide governments and international decision makers with the data they need to achieve these goals.THE BMJ COLLECTION ON LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND THE BMJ COLLECTION ON UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE THE BMJ COLLECTION ON INNOVATING FOR NEGLECTED DISEASES IN SE ASIA
Led by Dr Seye Abimbola, senior lecturer and the newest member of the Global Health 50/50 Advisory Council, BMJ Global Health is open access, indexed in Medline and Web of Science, and received its first impact factor of 4.280 in 2020.
Our supplements section partners with intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations, from the World Health Organization, UNICEF, to funders such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to curate themed supplements and broaden the scope of how research is disseminated.BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH & COMMENTARY BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH PODCASTS CURATED SUPPLEMENTS BY WHO, UNICEF & JOHN HOPKINS INSTITUTE OF GLOBAL HEALTH
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