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BMJ (British Medical Journal)


Title Abbreviation
BMJ
ISSN
0959-8138
Electronic ISSN
1756-1833
Readership
Allied Health Professionals, Clinicians, General Practitioners, Hospital Administrators, Internists, Managed Care Specialists, Managers, Physicians, Residents
Scope
The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully online first publication. The website is updated daily with original articles, podcasts, videos, and blogs and organised into four main content streams—research, education, news and views, and campaigns. In addition, the site is fully searchable, with an archive back to 1840 and numerous topic collections on clinical and non-clinical subjects. Articles of relevance to specific countries and regions are grouped together on country portals. The mission of The BMJ is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate all doctors and health care researchers in ways that enable them to make better decisions and improve outcomes for patients.
Sponsoring Association(s)
British Medical Association (BMA)
Publisher Name
BMJ Publishing Group
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