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In light of the ongoing restrictions and challenges that the pandemic poses, we have postponed the International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare  in New Delhi to 2021, with exact dates to be confirmed.

The BMJ South Asia Awards are also postponed and we will provide an update on our plans for the 2020 Awards as soon as possible.

In the meantime, we are pleased to offer a series of free virtual lectures and workshops built around content originally scheduled for presentation at the International Forum in July. These virtual sessions will be open to everyone as a chance to sample the International Forum content, and you can register your interest in these by emailing events@bmj.com

It is also with much regret we have made the decision to postpone the Sydney International Forum to 7-9 June 2021. We hope that you will be able to join us then. Find out more here.

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 South Asia Awards

Meetings on quality improvement

Leaders in Healthcare

Showcasing achievements in healthcare leadership & management

BMJ Live

BMJ Masterclasses and BMJ Careers Fair

BMJ Journals

Open access at BMJ

At BMJ, we believe that open access is a great way to share research with the academic world and speed up scientific discovery. 

The research in our flagship journal, The BMJ, has always been free to read, and in 2011 we launched our first and largest open access medical journal, BMJ Open.

Today, a third of our journals are fully open access, and we also make academic research freely accessible and discoverable with hybrid publication models.

We have open access options for everyone; explore yours here today.

The BMJ

One of the most cited general medical journals in the world

BMJ Journals

The most highly cited research

Scenario planning

Future of global research

The BNF & BNF for Children

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

Research integrity

Preventing and addressing errors and misconduct

BMJ Author Hub

Get your research published, discovered and cited

Careers & recruitment

Reach more than 150,000 potential candidates for your vacancy

You’ve got a vacancy but don’t know where to start? Here are some BMJ Careers resources to help you put together an effective recruitment campaign and get the best candidates for your hospital, practice, university or medical workplace: 

BMJ Careers

Fill your latest medical vacancies

BMJ Live

BMJ Masterclasses and BMJ Careers Fair

Patchwork

Better manage temporary staffing

Clinical decision support

Our COVID-19 hub supports you with with practical guidance, online continuing professional development courses, as well as the latest news, comment, and research from BMJ. The content is free and updated daily.

BMJ Best Practice

A breakthrough in point-of-care decision support

PACK

Practical Approach to Care Kit for primary care

Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative

Strengthening primary healthcare

Education & training

We can help you with assessment, training and continuing medical education and professional development. Our online courses, live events, and webinars are easy to access and based on the latest medical evidence.

BMJ Learningis one of the most credible online medical education resources available. It is designed to help students and healthcare professionals achieve accreditation and skill development throughout their career.

The online resource features only evidence based content produced by medically qualified experts. Each module is independently peer reviewed and features downloadable podcasts, interactive diagrams, multiple choice tests, and illustrative cases that explain how to correctly conduct examinations.

OnExamination is the revision tool chosen by over 210,000 medical students worldwide. 

And find out how it’s helping to build success for both students and staff in this latest case study here.

BMJ Learning

E-learning for busy students and healthcare professionals

BMJ OnExamination

The leading provider of online medical exam preparation

Certification course in Chronic Kidney Disease

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BMJ Portfolio

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BMJ Masterclasses

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

Research to Publication

eLearning programme for early career academics

Webinars and podcasts

Free online learning

BMJ Live

BMJ Masterclasses and BMJ Careers Fair

Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative

Strengthening primary healthcare

Institutional resource centre

Subscription support and training

Healthcare improvement

BMJ wins Geneva Centre for Security Policy’s 2018 Prize for Innovation in Global Security. 

Our winning submission: Clinical Decision Support and Training Initiative improves pandemic detection, diagnosis, management, and prevention. 

It does this by strengthening global health systems in the long term and helps to prepare healthcare professionals for epidemics, in alignment with the World Health Organisation.  We do this by working collaboratively across sectors and across nations to tackle emerging diseases. Find out more here.

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

The BMJ South Asia Awards

Meetings on quality improvement

Leaders in Healthcare

Showcasing achievements in healthcare leadership & management

BMJ Live

BMJ Masterclasses and BMJ Careers Fair

UK Health Alliance on Climate Change

Protecting public health

Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative

Strengthening primary healthcare

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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 70 specialist medical journals, many of which are leaders in their field.

 

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