iPhone and Android Apps from BMJ
The BMJ iPad app combines the weekly BMJ print journal selection of research, comment, and education (with added interactivity), along with live feeds of the latest news, blogs, podcasts, and videos to appear on bmj.com.
Student BMJ was launched in 1992 and is a monthly international medical journal for medical students and junior doctors. It contains articles that have been specially commissioned for medical students and also features carefully selected articles from the BMJ.
The journal is compiled by a student editor - a medical student who takes a year out from studying – and includes news, medical debates, articles that put theory into practice, research made digestible, and careers advice.
The BMJ Careers app is the ideal job search tool for doctors seeking their next medical role. BMJ Careers from BMJ Group enables you to find your next job quickly and easily when you’re on the go.
BMJ Best Practice decision support
The BMJ Best Practice app provides clinicians, medical students, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, with quick, convenient and up to date access to:
- Clinical guidelines and research evidence, even when offline
- Expert opinion to back up your decisions
- Topics structured around the patient consultation, including prevention, diagnosis and treatment
- Over 1000 diagnoses and diagnostic tests