Licensing and Syndication
What do you get when you licence BMJ Journal content?
Our journals division publish over 40 medical journals. BMJ, the Group’s flagship journal, was founded in 1840 and is one of the world’s leading general medical journals. Many of our specialist journals are leaders in their field and are edited by key opinion leaders. They support the research and current awareness needs of numerous specialties.
Our licensing services provide our business licensees with effective access to the BMJ brand that is respected and known around the world. The name BMJ represents medical credibility; it brings with it a sense of heritage, reliability and authority.
Our reputation is defined by the trust that clinicians, researchers, health care workers and patients place in the information and services that we provide. By developing and nurturing new ideas, BMJ Group is changing the way in which medical information is made useful for doctors and patients.
Our vision is to be the world’s leading and most trusted provider of information and services that will make a real difference in clinical practice and improve outcomes for patients.
We have gained our reputation through over 150 years of commitment to the highest standards. We work in the long term interests of health care and this will always take priority over short term gain. We recognise that licensing agreements are important to our success. Everything we do is designed to help move medical knowledge forward. We are constantly looking for new and better ways to make our information more useful and effective to medical professionals worldwide.
We welcome proposals for new local edition projects in print or online, in translation and English language in all territories.
We are interested in hearing new ideas and ways to present our products and content in different markets.
Download our product brochure for full list of journals here.
Case Studies/What we are currently doing/What we are looking for
We currently licence the following content internationally:
- Print editions
- Online editions
- Customised editions – including commentaries by local opinion leaders or CME questions
- English language
- Full content
- Selected content
Please download an example here.
We are interested in licensing content for:
- Hybrid projects
- New technology projects
Through our new syndication programme we can offer the components to enhance your print or online products. Our academic content is known for its rigorous peer review and our research papers receive international news coverage. Our award winning news coverage on BMJ offers a balanced perspective on events in the medical field.
We can licence a bespoke package of content for reuse in print or online media.
- BMJ news articles
- Videos – we have a number of videos – give egs
- Sections of journals
- CME articles
If you are interested in licensing content from BMJ, please contact us.