COVID-19 (Coronavirus): ADB Information Centre

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About BMJ

BMJ is a global healthcare knowledge provider with a vision for a healthier world. The company supports all health providers around the world, from individual clinicians to major institutions, with evidence-based tools and resources.

Our Covid-19 response

The BMJ and our 70 other journals have made research related to Covid-19 free to access for all. We are providing clinical decision support, e-learning and resources such as infographics to healthcare professionals around the world.

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Global Health Initiatives

We collaborate with partners in low- and middle-income countries to support frontline health professionals. Together we strengthen health systems, build capacity and change the course of human health.

Our impact in global health

What we do

We produce one of the world’s top five most cited general medical journals, The BMJ and 70 speciality led journals. We provide clinical decision support by BMJ Best Practice is a multi-award winning app and website providing evidence-based answers to clinical questions, the latest research, and guidelines. Accredited continuing medical education and continuing medical professional online coursesfor self assessment and exam preparation from BMJ Learning. Medical events and career services to help clinicians to improve practice in their current roles whilst also seeking new opportunities.

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About BMJ Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice is a clinical decision support tool offering continually updated, evidence based and practical resources that can be used at the point of care.

The resources are designed to give healthcare professionals immediate answers to their clinical questions without interruption to their clinical workflow. The resources also contain multimedia videos of procedures that are essential to the care of seriously ill patients with Covid-19. The clinical decision support resources can be accessed on any medical device – including mobile devices – and can also be printed out. 

The patient information leaflets from BMJ Best Practice contain evidence based and continually updated information that is aimed at patients.

They are aligned with the professional content and so reinforce professional advice. Their purpose is to dispel myths about the virus that are being spread by word of mouth and on social media. They are aimed to be accessible to all sections of the population – which is essential for public health preparedness. 

About BMJ Learning

BMJ Learning provides medical professionals with high-quality, evidence-based continuing medical education (CME).

Covering topics on Covid-19, important differentials, and also essential skills on how to care for patients during an infectious disease pandemic. These include courses on how to put on and take off personal protective equipment.

These interactive and multimedia courses are essential to patient safety and also the safety of healthcare professionals.

Using BMJ Best Practice and BMJ Learning for better diagnostic and management in Azerbaijan

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“Over the last two months, we have had an increasing number of patients with meningitis. I went through BMJ Learning and BMJ Best Practice, and collected updated information which enabled us to form a precise diagnosis and apply new treatment methods.”

Dr Hokuma Mammadova, Clinic Medical Center, Azerbaijan
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