for all NHS staff and learners in England
BMJ Best Practice uses the latest evidence-based research, guidelines and expert opinion to offer step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention.
Access Guide 'Flowchart' Step-by-step guide to access BMJ Best Practice.
User Guide Simple guide to get you started on using BMJ Best Practice.
A3 Posters Display our posters around your institution to raise awareness.
Benefits Postcard A5 digital postcard which includes key features, benefits and how to access BMJ Best Practice.
Facebook posts Download and share on your Facebook page.
Twitter posts Download and share a post on your Twitter page.
LinkedIn posts Download and share a post on your LinkedIn page.
Email Signatures Download and add to your email signature to promote access to BMJ Best Practice.
Referral link button Download and add to your intranet with referral link URL.
Nurse Interactive Flyer Essential BMJ resources to support nurses
Nurse Flyer Download BMJ Best Practice flyer for nurses
GP Flyer Download BMJ Best Practice flyer for GPs
Paramedic flyer Download BMJ Best Practice flyer for paramedics
Junior doctor flyer Download BMJ Best Practice flyer for junior doctors
Pharmacist flyer Download BMJ Best Practice flyer for pharmacists
OpenAthens FAQ's Frequently asked questions regarding the new OpenAthens journey
Mental health clinical scenarios Test your knowledge with these clinical scenarios
Newsletter: Clinical decision support across the NHS in England Newsletter (Aug 2020)
Use the new BMJ Best Practice app to find answers quickly online or offline. Access is available to everyone as part of your standard institutional subscription.
App Leaflet Easy steps to download the award-winning BMJ Best Practice app.
Facebook posts Download Facebook posts for the app and share on your Facebook page.
Twitter posts Download Twitter posts for the app and share on your Twitter page.
LinkedIn Download a post for the app and share on your LinkedIn page.
Email Signature Download and add to your email signature to promote the BMJ Best Practice app.
App Review Infographic Download an infographic featuring the benefits of the app and the best app store reviews.
Read real-life stories from healthcare professionals shaping the future of patient care using evidence-based medicine from BMJ Best Practice.
BMJ Best Practice Clinical Champions are Doctors, Nurse, Midwives, GPs, Paramedics and AHPs who raise awareness and use of BMJ Best Practice by actively promoting and supporting its use locally within their organisation, professional groups and networks. Clinical Champions have the flexibility to promote BMJ Best Practice as and when opportunities arise. They are recognised as key contributors to the continuous development of the tool and undertake a valuable role in the campaign to ensure that all NHS staff are aware of and are confident in the use of BMJ Best practice.
Hear from some of our Champions:
If you are interested to learn more about becoming a BMJ Best Practice Clinical Champion or about introducing the role within your Trust, please download the role flyer or contact Annette Chambers: email@example.com.
Funded by Health Education England, free to all NHS staff.
Animation Video A visual guide to your first day as a junior doctor with the support of BMJ Best Practice
Junior Doctor Induction Toolkit Interactive PDF Essential resources to support junior doctors during inductions
Junior Doctor Flyer Key features of BMJ Best Practice to benefit junior doctors
Clinical Scenarios How you would face these clinical scenarios as a junior doctor?
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FAQ’s are available on the new OpenAthens journey here.