Launched in 1840, BMJ (British Medical Journal) is the flagship journal of the BMJ Group..
To lead the debate on health, and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients.
There are four editorially identical editions of the BMJ every week (General practice, Clinical research, International and Compact) and the journal is received by over 100,000 doctors each week in print. Online (bmj.com) receives over a million unique users a month. BMJ is published in 13 territories in six languages - Chinese, Greek, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Turkish.
UK doctors may be eligible to join the BMA (British Medical Association) and receive BMJ as one of the many membership benefits
Already at medical school or just considering it, Student BMJ is an easy way to keep up with medical knowledge and the latest information available. Expert authors and students work together to explain how to read research papers, provide practical careers advice, and put theory into practice.
Since it’s launch in 1992, Student BMJ is published monthly in print and updated more frequently online.