About BMJ Best Practice

Healthcare professionals need fast and easy access to the latest relevant information when making diagnosis and treatment decisions. This is precisely what BMJ Best Practice provides.

In a single source we have combined the latest research evidence, guidelines and expert opinion – presented in a step-by-step approach and covering prevention, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
BMJ Best Practice gives medical professionals the best available information for any clinical situation. Regularly updated, it draws on the latest evidence-based research to offer step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention. BMJ Best Practice is your instant second opinion.

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Take a tour of BMJ Best Practice

For an overview of the key features of BMJ Best Practice and how it can help you at the point of care, take our Video Tourtoday. (Updated version coming soon)

Free trials

Institutional free trials

To set up an institutional free trial please contact us:
Tel: +44 (0)20 7383 6693

Individual free trial

Individuals can register online for a 7-day personal free trial. To access your trial you will require a BMJ My Account. You can register or use an existing account below, and then follow the steps to set up your free trial.
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To find out more about BMJ Best Practice please click on the links below:

How we produce BMJ Best Practice
BMJ Best Practice content
Case Studies
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CME/CPD Accreditation

BMJ Best Practice users can now claim CPD/CME points for time spent reading topics, in a wide range of institutions. To find information on whether you can claim CPD/CME points in your institution, view our information page here: CME/CPD Accreditation

Sample content

Four full articles from BMJ Best Practice are available for free to allow you to sample the content. Follow the links below to access the full articles:

Chronic cough (Assessment of)
Adult asthma
Acne vulgaris
Atrial fibrillation

Sample content BMJ Best Practice app

Have confidence in your clinical decisions! Check guidelines and evidence, consult expert opinion, brush up on rare conditions, and confirm that you are taking the correct course of action with the BMJ Best Practice app - click here for more information.

New features

BMJ Best Practice has recently been updated with a series of new features.  To see a full list of these new features please click here.