BMJ

BMJ advances healthcare worldwide by sharing knowledge and expertise to improve experiences, outcomes and value. We support all healthcare providers around the world, from individual clinicians to major organisations and health systems. Our products and services include:
The BMJ. At the forefront of innovative healthcare thinking and practice since 1840, and one of the world’s top four medical journals. The BMJ has built a reputation for challenging inadequate, unethical or outdated practice.
Learning and training. Online, accredited and relevant CPD/CME resources for self assessment and exam preparation that help clinicians keep up with the latest evidence, guidelines and best practice.
Latest clinical knowledge and opinion. Dozens of journals across a range of clinical specialties.
Clinical decision support. Quick, accurate, concise, evidence-based answers to clinical questions, plus access to the latest research and guidelines.
Quality improvement tools. Practical and customisable, to help clinicians achieve measurable improvements, and reconcile the conflicting demands for better outcomes and reduced expenditure.
Patient decision aids. Accredited materials to help clinicians guide patients through decisions about their care. Jargon-free, evidence-based online resources for patients.
Medical events and career services. Designed to help clinicians improve practice in their current roles while also seeking new opportunities.
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Social Determinants of Health: What Is Your Role? (FutureLearn)

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Explore the social, environmental and economic factors that affect health and how health professionals can improve health equity. Social determinants of health are the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. These factors can all have an impact on health. But what exactly are [...]
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Improving Management of IBS: Best Current Practice in Diagnosis and Treatment (FutureLearn)

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Learn about the latest developments in the management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome with this free online course from the BMJ. IBS can be challenging to diagnosis and manage. This course is an update for those in healthcare whose work involves diagnosis and treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
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