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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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However, co-chair of NHS Clinical Commissioners, Graham Jackson, said: "Performing surgery is not without risk; a clinical threshold is a good way of defining which patients would best be served by cataract removal." Clinical director of the AOP, Dr Peter Hampson, said that the BMJ's findings were "alarming."
Within the past 50 years, BMJ has pioneered the migration to digital publishing and the development of open access.
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All of the patients had experienced a cardiovascular event and at least one recorded prescription for methylphenidate to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) (BMJ. 2016;353:i2550.
He said he told the BMJ about the error last December but it wasn't corrected for months.
Last year, Tim Brooks, CEO of BMJ, one of the most respected medical journals in the world, joined the Ministry of Health in signing the agreement between the Saudi government and the BMJ under the title "Executive Agreement for Cooperation in Health Learning and Research." "We look forward to working closely with the Saudi government to deliver bespoke solutions to some of the key health care challenges they face," said Brooks.
Kieran Walsh, BMJ Learning, BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JR; kmwalsh@bmjgroup.com
In 2009 the BMJ started its first 'open data campaign'.
A BMJ online commentary about the Ramsden study states: "UK dietary recommendations are cautious about high intakes of omega 6 PUFAs, but some other health authorities, including the American Heart Association, have recently repeated advice to maintain, and even to increase, intake of omega 6 PUFAs.
Education and debate Guidelines for authors and peer reviewers of economic submissions to the BMJ BMJ 1996; 313 doi: 10.1136/bmj.313.7052.275 (Published 3 August 1996) Cite this as: BMJ 1996; 313: 275.
PROFESSIONAL medical bodies should stop opposing assisted dying and take a neutral stance, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has said.
The poll was carried out for the British Medical Journal (BMJ).