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BMJ is proud to be supporting the Swedish Medical Library Conference again this year by bringing all our leading medical education resources together for you.



BMJ Best Practice


BMJ Best Practice – Comorbidities is the only point of care tool that supports the
management of the whole patient by including guidance on the treatment of a patient’s acute condition alongside their pre-existing comorbidities.

Fourth of the Swedish population has more than one chronic disease. People with comorbidities make up 50% of hospital costs and almost half of all acute hospital visits . This poses a significant problem for your healthcare systems.

Written by leading specialists, this tool provides treatment advice based on the latest evidence and is presented in a way that’s realistic for daily practice. It emphasises the most important take-home points and, where evidence is scarce or equivocal, expert opinion is provided.

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Clinical Scenario

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Comorbidities in UK & Europe: Free BMJ webinar, Wednesday 19th May 2021 Hosted by: Dr. Kieran Walsh, Clinical Director at BMJ, Professor and Medical Education Author

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BMJ Journals

Discover world-leading medical and allied health research, reviews, news and multimedia content from BMJ’s specialty journals.

All healthcare professionals in Sweden have full access to 28 key titles across a range of specialties, including clinical, evidence-based and public health journals.


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The BMJ is a world-leading medical research and education journal, ranked in the Top 4 of the world’s general medical journals.

Founded in 1840, The BMJ  has championed the medical profession for nearly two centuries. We celebrate the work of doctors, but we challenge them to do still better as researchers and clinicians. The exceptional quality of the original research we publish has earned The BMJ  a world-renowned reputation, valued by clinicians, faculty and students. This is notable for:

  • Broad appeal, both globally and in terms of specialty
  • Originality
  • Relevance and importance
  • High ethical standards
  • Ease of use

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