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The research and information we publish in The BMJ  and our BMJ Journals collection support health professionals and researchers everywhere. 

The BMJ, our flagship journal, serves a global audience, with its unique combination of research, education, and science journalism. BMJ Journals is a collection of more than 65 medical and allied science titles.

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Since its first publication in 1840, The BMJ has retained its position as one of the top four most-cited general medical journals in the world.

Today, our millions of readers working in clinical practice, research, education, and governments, rely on us to provide them with the best available evidence, research, news and opinion. and with patients and the public too.



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Our journals portfolio boasts over 65 leading specialist journals published on behalf of leading medical organisations and societies.

Covering everything from ophthalmology to sports medicine, we publish cutting edge research, the latest thinking, expert opinion and news. 

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