BPP University School of Health signs BMJ publishing agreement


BPP University School of Health has signed a significant publishing agreement with BMJ to produce a new series of reference books and ebooks.

Using material from The BMJ’s extensive archives, titles will be published in four series: Clinical Review, Research Methods, Ten Minute Consultation and Easily Missed.

The books are targeted towards practising clinicians and will include summaries of recent advances and developments which have been recorded in journals and websites published by The BMJ.

The first volumes to be released will be in the Clinical Review series and are scheduled to be published in June, July and August 2015.

The subjects covered in this initial batch of titles include Paediatrics, General Medicine, Haematology and Rheumatology, General Practice, Cardiology and Respiratory Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Vascular Surgery and ENT, Clinical Oncology and Emergency Medicine.

Matt Green, Director of Professional Development at BPP University School of Health, confirmed plans to produce at least 30 titles over the next three years using content supplied by The BMJ.

He said: “This is a significant development for BPP University School of Health. We are delighted to have established this publishing relationship with The BMJ, who publish one of the premier medical journals in the world.

“This partnership demonstrates that BPP University School of Health is a growing force in the fields of medical education and medical publishing.”

Phil Johnson, publisher for The BMJ, added: “We are delighted to be collaborating with BPP University School of Health to make the content of our flagship journal, The BMJ, available in new formats to new audiences.

“Our objective is to help doctors make better decisions and we hope that they and other healthcare professionals around the world will find the books practical, useful and educational.”

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