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Strengthening health systems

Our evidence-based tools and resources help frontline healthcare professionals improve the management of both communicable and non-communicable diseases.

Sharing knowledge

New knowledge is generated rapidly yet often diffuses too slowly. Ensuring that knowledge is disseminated quickly, effectively, and widely is our priority. 

Advertising & sponsorship

Did you know that The BMJ online alone receives over 2 million page impressions per month from more than 900,000 users?

We can give you direct access to healthcare professionals through a range of channels and bespoke opportunities.

Target General Practitioners (GPs)

  • The BMJ reaches 74% of all UK GP’s
  • 30,500 GPs receive The BMJ each week
  • 58% of GPsregularly read The BMJ
  • Over 2,500 clinicians participated in BMJ events aimed at GPs

Target hospital doctors 

  • 88,500 hospital doctors receive The BMJ each week
  • The BMJ Clinical Research edition is the market leader with an average issue readership of 48% of allUK senior grade hospital doctors
  • Targeting by specialty, grade and region available
  • 4,200 clinicians participated in two major BMJ led international events

 

Advertising and sponsorship – US

The BMJ is a world-leading general medicine journal. From internal medicine specialists, to neurologists and cardiologists, advertisers can take advantage of its extensive presence in the healthcare market.

Download the media pack here (PDF).

For additional information, or to reserve space, please email by clicking on the names below or telephone us on (201) 767-4170.

 

Medical job advertising

For medical job advertising, contact the BMJ Careers team.

Convening people

The actors involved in global health are changing, and a multi-sectoral, cross-cutting approach is essential for tackling the priority issues.

We have extensive experience in bringing together thought leaders, policy makers, healthcare professionals and senior stakeholders from all sectors with an interest and mission for improving global health and global health security.

Our programme of events collectively attracts more than 10,000 delegates annually from over 85 countries, including:

Contact Lalitha Bhagavatheeswaran to talk to us today. 

Building an evidence base

We teamed up with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to develop Research to Publication, a modular, scalable programme that helps low and middle-income countries to build research capability and improve research output.