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Resource of the Month: BMJ Journals

Bodleian Health Care Libraries resource of the month

Resource of the Month

BMJ Journals collection


The BMJ Journals collection can be accessed in three ways:

1. Log in to your Open Athens account and click on the ‘BMJ Journals’ link, which will take you to the BMJ website. Click Journals then on the journal you wish to access. Once you have found the article you are interested in, click on it to view the full text. From there, there is also a PDF link.

2. Log in to your Open Athens account and click on the ‘NICE Evidence Journals and Databases’ link. Then, under ‘Journals’ click on ‘A-Z list of available journals’. You can type the title of the journal in the search box, or simply browse the list.

3. Log in to your Open Athens account and click on the ‘NICE Evidence Journals and Databases’ link. Then, under ‘Healthcare databases advanced search (HDAS)', click on Begin a search. Type your search words, including the name of the journal, in the search box. You need to make sure you click Journal Name in the fields area also.

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BMJ Journals publish over 60 medical journals across a range of specialities, including:

Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases

Archives of Disease in Childhood

BMJ Quality & Safety

British Journal of Ophthalmology

British Journal of Sports Medicine

Emergency Medicine Journal

Evidence-Based Medicine

Evidence-Based Mental Health

Evidence-Based Nursing



Journal of Medical Ethics

Journal of Medical Genetics

Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry

Postgraduate Medical Journal

Practical Neurology

Sexually Transmitted Infections


Tobacco Control

BMJ Case Reports

BMJ Innovations

BMJ Quality Improvement Reports

BMJ Simulation & Technology

Enhanced Learning

BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care

Drugs & Therapeutics Bulletin

In Practice

Journal of Family Planning and

Reproductive Healthcare

Journal of Investigative Medicine

Royal College of Surgeons

Student BMJ