BPP University School of Health releases first batch of BMJ books
BPP University School of Health is delighted to announce that the first BMJ reference books have hit the bookshelves.
Using material from The BMJ’s extensive archives, eight high-quality Clinical Review titles have been published.
The first batch contains specialist knowledge on Paediatrics, General Medicine, Haematology and Rheumatology, General Practice, Cardiology and Respiratory Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Vascular Surgery and ENT, Clinical Oncology and Emergency Medicine.
The books are geared towards practising clinicians and include summaries of recent advances and developments which have been recorded in journals and websites published by The BMJ.
Clinical Review is the first of four series which are in preparation. The first titles in the other series are: Research Methods, Ten Minute Consultation and Easily Missed; and will be released over the coming months.
Plans are in place for BPP University to produce at least 30 titles in collaboration with The BMJ over the next three years under the terms of the publishing agreement which was announced this summer.
Matt Green, Director of Publishing and Professional Development at BPP University School of Health, said: “We are delighted to be collaborating with The BMJ in this exciting new venture which we believe will provide a source of invaluable new reference material for clinicians at all levels in their profession.”
Phil Johnson, publisher for The BMJ, added: “BMJ is delighted to be collaborating with BPP to make our content 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.”