Our highly skilled and connected partnership team supports corporations, foundations, multilateral organisations, non-governmental organisations and governments in creating impact across critical global themes. These themes extend beyond healthcare to sustainability, poverty reduction, gender and health inequalities, and the changing shape of academic research.
With the power of BMJ behind us, our dedicated team co-develops bespoke programmes using a rich portfolio of offerings and capabilities to achieve our partners’ goals and engage an influential global audience.
Our collections are articles drawing attention to key priorities, neglected issues or needed debates within various global health and medicine areas.
They are often developed in collaboration between BMJ and other international organisations – to create impact, generate value, and influence policy and decision-makers in health.
More than a set of influential and topic-focused papers, our collection programmes support our vision to create a healthier world by improving the health, well-being, and equity of people and the planet.
Their lasting impact is further cemented through our dedicated partnerships with leading academic, bilateral, multilateral, and non-governmental organisations who share our passion for the pursuit of improving global health.
Typically, a collection will include eight pieces:
BMJ can produce a series of interactive, virtual policy dialogues to effectively target your organisation’s high-priority regions.
Our role is to facilitate the proper dialogues by convening multidisciplinary stakeholders to discuss the insights generated by the collection and consider how a multi-sectoral approach can be applied to action these insights in each region.
These interactive policy dialogues work by engaging diverse stakeholders in the collection to apply their insights, and provide a forum to discuss how to apply them across each region.
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.
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