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BMJ

A premier peer-reviewed medical journal which began in 1840 as the Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal and later changed to the British Medical Journal, which was eventually shortened to BMJ. It was the first journal to report a randomised clinical trial and the first to link lung cancer to smoking. It has an article acceptance rate of 7%. Dr. Fiona Godlee has headed the London-based, BMA-owned publication since 2005.

BMJ

Abbrev. for British Medical Journal.
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En septembre 2003, les Instituts nationaux americains de la sante (NIH)--a savoir, la Bibliotheque nationale de medicine (NLM), le Centre international Fogarty et l'Institut national des sciences de l'hygiene du milieu (NIEHS)--ont organ ise un meeting a Londres, dans les bureaux du British Medical Journal L'objectif premier etait de discuter d'une collaboration entre quatre revues medicales d'Afrique sub-saharienne et cinq revues medicales de l'hemisphere Nord comme moyen d'ameliorer la qualite et la credibilite des revues africaines, et d'attirer ainsi une recherche de haut niveau.
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