Tag Archives: BMJ

BMJ partners with RedLink to offer Remarq on BMJ Open

(17 Mar 2019)  RedLink is pleased to announce that BMJ is the latest publisher to offer Remarq, a tool for the research and education communities offering collaboration, annotation, commenting, article sharing, and editorial tools, all on the publisher’s site and utilizing the version of record. Remarq launched earlier this week on BMJ Open, an open access journal dedicated to publishing medical research from […]


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Launch of BMJ Author Services in collaboration with Editage

(15 February 2019)  Healthcare knowledge provider BMJ has partnered with Editage to offer language editing and translation services to medical researchers who seek to publish in healthcare science journals. BMJ Author Services will enable medical researchers across the globe to clearly communicate their research, potentially in one of BMJ’s 70 medical and allied science journal titles. As specialists […]


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BMJ and UNSILO partner to create AI-based subject collections

(4 January 2019)  Today, BMJ and UNSILO announce an agreement by which UNSILO will supply its market-leading concept extraction tools across the whole of BMJ content. UNSILO applies machine learning and AI tools to identify significant concepts from a corpus of text. These concepts form the basis of a wide range of solutions to publishing workflows, including […]


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BMJ partners with ScienceOpen to promote open science

(17 December 2018) BMJ Open Science, a new, open access journal published by healthcare knowledge provider BMJ, joins ScienceOpen to promote best practices in preclinical and basic biomedical research with an interactive featured collection on the platform. To increase rigor, transparency and reproducibility in biomedical research, BMJ Open Science fosters a range of open science practices from […]


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BMJ launches new platform to help researchers get published, discovered and cited

(23 January 2017) BMJ, one of the world’s leading medical knowledge providers, has announced Author Hub, a new platform to assist researchers in every field, at every stage of the publishing process. The Author Hub is a comprehensive platform aimed at researchers who not only want to publish their work, but also understand how to […]


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BMJ announces new partnership to support primary healthcare in China

(16 December 2016) BMJ, one of the world’s leading healthcare knowledge providers, has partnered with Guangdong Family Doctor Association to make their fully translated Chinese edition of BMJ Best Practice available to over two million primary healthcare professionals across China. Last week, the UK’s Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, attended the signing ceremony at the UK-China […]


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BMJ provides Zika virus resources to support healthcare workers

(9 February 2016) BMJ is offering free online resources to support researchers, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to understand and respond to the global health emergency linked to the Zika virus. The online resources are aimed at healthcare professionals located in the affected regions of Latin America, and those across the world, to help […]


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Thomson Reuters collaborates with BMJ Publishing to optimize its peer review process

(12 September 2014, Philadelphia)  Thomson Reuters is collaborating with British Medical Journals (BMJ) to optimize the efficiency of the article peer-review process and solve the industry-wide problem of reviewer fatigue by utilizing ScholarOneTM Reviewer Locator, an extension of ScholarOne Manuscripts, the innovative peer-review and online submission program for scholarly publishers. As part of ScholarOne Manuscripts, […]


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The BMJ has a new name and logo (The BMJ) and a new website design with a new address (thebmj.com)

(3 July 2014) Last year saw BMJ Group change its name to BMJ. Following this, the new name of BMJ’s flagship journal is The BMJ. Editor of thebmj.com, David Payne, said: “We have made this change because almost a quarter of [our] traffic now comes from mobile devices. We hope our core audience of UK […]


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BMJ signs cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabian government to improve healthcare across the region

(19 September 2013)  BMJ, one of the world’s leading medical knowledge providers has a new partnership with the Saudi Arabian government to help improve consistency in healthcare across the region. The partnership will involve BMJ’s expert teams working closely with the Saudi government to address key healthcare challenges through joint research and knowledge sharing. The […]


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