Update: BMJ Best Practice and BMJ Clinical Evidence

BMJ Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice Featured topic is: Chronic pain syndromes

Check out their latest 50 updated topics to keep on top of developments in your particular area of interest.

BMJ Clinical Evidence

See BMJ’s recently updated BMJ Clinical Evidence Pelvic inflammatory disease overview for the best available evidence on Pelvic inflammatory disease.

BMJ Best Practice App – now available for Android

BMJ have released the Best Practice App on Android

To download as an Android app, click here.

If you want to download iOS (Apple) app, click here.

*Please note full content via the Best Practice app is only available to SGUL staff and students.

The BMJ Best Practice app provides access to:

  • Over 1,000 diagnoses and diagnostic tests
  • 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, with clear references and images
  • Personalisation features including options to add notes and bookmarks

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The BMJ have changed the login page for the Best Practice App where it now asks for an ‘Institutional No’. This is an alternative way to log in which St George’s, University of London does not use. Please ignore this and log in to the app using your username and password as usual.

 

BMJ Best Practice App Update

The BMJ have changed the login page for the Best Practice App where it now asks for an ‘Institutional No’. This is an alternative way to log in which St George’s, University of London does not use. Please ignore this and log in to the app using your username and password as usual.

BMJ Best Practice app is available for  iPhone, iPods and iPads.

For more information about the app  please see our Feature review on the Mobile resources blog

 

BMJ Case reports now available to NHS Staff and SGUL staff and students

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BMJ Case reports is  now available to NHS Staff and SGUL staff and students.

An award winning journal that delivers a focused, peer-reviewed collection of cases in all disciplines so that healthcare professionals, researchers and others can easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions. This is the largest single collection of case reports online with more than 5000 articles from over 70 countries.

To access the journal search Case Reports on our Databases page or visit the website directly at http://casereports.bmj.com/

For offsite access click  use the ‘Login via  Athens or you home organisation’ option

St George’s Staff and students use Institutional login option
Select UK Access Management Federation for Location
Select St George’s University of London from the drop down list.
Log in with your Shibboleth username and password.

NHS Staff select login via Athens option
Log in with your NHS Athens username and password.

Authors If you wish to submit to an article to Case Reports please email Journals@sgul.ac.uk for the Fellowship Code