BMJ is a healthcare knowledge provider with a vision of helping to create a healthier world.
The company first started out more than 175 years ago as a general medical journal. Back then, they were publishing articles on stillborn children, amputation at the shoulder and the climate of the Isle of Wight.
Today, as a global brand with a worldwide audience, the company helps healthcare professionals tackle critical modern-day healthcare challenges.
They do this by publishing the newest and most cutting edge academic research in 70 specialist titles, including The BMJ
, one of the world’s most cited journals.
BMJ also provides accredited educational resources and events, and multi award-winning clinical decision support tools
to help health professionals everywhere improve their everyday practice.
BMJ Global Health Initiatives is dedicated to addressing global health and health security priorities in the following ways:
Strengthening healthcare systems
BMJ supports frontline healthcare professionals with the best available evidence based tools to improve disease management.
and BMJ Global Health
provide a route to the publication and dissemination of research and best practices.
Building an evidence base
Research to Publication
is a modular learning programme that helps low and middle income countries to build research capability and improve research output.
An annual events programme attracts 10,000+ specialists, policy makers and senior stakeholders annually from over 85 countries.
BMJ’s award-winning* Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative arms personnel with the right resources to effectively detect, diagnose and manage infectious diseases.
*BMJ’s Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative
was awarded the prize for Innovation in Global Security 2018 by the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP).
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