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Sponsorship and networking opportunities are available at our popular conferences, forums, masterclassesThe BMJ Awards, career fairs, roundtables, and webinars.

BMJ Careers Fair

The UK’s most comprehensive medical careers event

BMJ Masterclasses

Interactive face-to-face and online courses, delivered by experts

International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare

Meetings on quality improvement

The BMJ Awards

Showcasing the very best in UK healthcare

BMJ Awards South Asia

Recognising excellence and celebrating achievements in Indian healthcare

Leaders in Healthcare

Showcasing achievements in healthcare leadership & management

Roundtables

Published discussions

BMJ Journals

Read the five top open access articles here:

  1. Guidelines on the management of abnormal liver blood tests
  2. Randomised trial of coconut oil, olive oil or butter on blood lipids and other cardiovascular risk factors in healthy men and women
  3. Marriage and risk of dementia: systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies
  4. Arthroscopic surgery for degenerative knee arthritis and meniscal tears: a clinical practice guideline
  5. Associations of egg consumption with cardiovascular disease in a cohort study of 0.5 million Chinese adults

You may already know that we publish The BMJ, one of the world’s most cited general medical journals. We also publish more than 70 specialty journals, half of which rank within the top 10 of their category. Contact us to access the best research available.

Our future of global research initiative uses scenario planning as an innovative and creative way to explore a rapidly changing industry and environment.

We engaged with leading external figures in research, business and education to gain valuable external perspective, using these insights to identify critical trends and themes that may shape the future of global research. Find out more about our scenario planning.

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The international medical journal for students

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Authoritative and practical information on the selection and clinical use of medicines

Careers & recruitment

We can help you find the best candidates for your vacancies because 96% of job-seeking doctors use BMJ Careers.*  

We work with regional counties in the UK to help achieve success with their recruitment campaigns. We can help you too.

*According to independent research by Kantar Health in 2014.

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Our programmes and tools give you the latest and most clinically relevant medical knowledge. The practical and easy to use design mean you can make informed decisions about identifying what treatments to use and those that work.

BMJ Best Practice is a leader in its field, recently coming equal first for the breadth of disease coverage, editorial quality, and evidence-based methodology in an independent review.

BMJ Best Practice

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PACK

Practical Approach to Care Kit for primary care

Education & training

Our online revision and learning tools are used by over 700,000 healthcare professionals worldwide. BMJ Learning features over 1,000 evidence-based, peer-reviewed learning courses across 70 specialty areas, in 11 languages. It is also accredited in more than 20 countries. 

BMJ Learning

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BMJ OnExamination

The leading provider of online medical exam preparation

BMJ Portfolio

Helping you keep track of your learning

BMJ Masterclasses

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Research to Publication

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Healthcare improvement

The Alma Ata declaration of 1978 was a pivotal moment in public health, stating primary healthcare would be essential to obtaining the goal of “Health for All” by the year 2000.

That vision proved to be a mirage, yet a renewed commitment by WHO and the United Nations to universal health coverage means that 40 years later, the approach championed by the Alma Ata declaration remains an enlightened and forward-thinking blueprint for countries striving to achieve health for all.

In support of these principles and to further the debate, this special collection brings together content on the progress and future of primary healthcare.

BMJ Technology Assessment Group

Specialists in evidence synthesis and modelling

BMJ Quality & Safety Journal

The international journal of healthcare improvement

International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare

Meetings on quality improvement

Leaders in Healthcare

Showcasing achievements in healthcare leadership & management

Quality Improvement Reports

Searchable repository of global quality improvements

Roundtables

Published discussions

UK Health Alliance on Climate Change

Protecting public health

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Content from across BMJ can be licensed, photocopied or reprinted for your specific needs. 

We welcome proposals for new local edition projects in print or online, in translation and English language in all territories. We are also interested in hearing new ideas and ways to present our products and content in different markets.

Rights are available to licence content worldwide from over 60 specialist medical journals, many of them leaders in their field.

 

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