Our expertise in North America and around the world
BMJ started out over 170 years ago as a medical journal. Now, as a global brand with a worldwide audience, we help medical organizations and clinicians tackle today’s most critical healthcare challenges.
From publishing, our expertise extends to medical education, point-of-care decision support and quality improvement to enhance day to day decision-making and healthcare delivery.
We have in-house teams of medically trained clinical writers, editors, health economists and information specialists who – together with a unique network of experts in the field – enable us to continuously adapt our products so our customers can deliver high-quality, safe and affordable healthcare.
Evidence: Underpins everything we do – it’s what makes us one of the world’s most trusted knowledge providers.
Publishing: The BMJ is one of the world’s most cited general medical journals and has been at the forefront of publishing since 1840. We also publish more than 60 peer-reviewed specialist journals, some of which are the most influential within their specialty.
Decision support: Quick, accurate, concise, evidence-based answers to clinical questions, plus access to the latest research and guidelines – all built into the clinician’s workflow.
Medical education: Tailored resources to help clinicians identify learning needs and keep up with the latest evidence, guidelines and best practice.
Application aided by technology: Integrated digital and mobile solutions to improve clinical performance and patient outcomes.
Health knowledge: Jargon-free, evidence-based resources developed for health professionals and patients alike.
Quality improvement: Practical and customisable resources and events to help clinicians achieve measurable improvements in quality and safety, and publish their findings.
Patients come first at BMJ. Patient safety is of paramount importance to us – so we have a dedicated patient safety team who incorporate best practice product safety and user interface design principles into the development of our digital and software health offerings.
If you have any queries about BMJ’s patient safety approach, please contact the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org