BMJ Best Practice IP getting started guide

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Getting started guide

BMJ Best Practice is a clinical decision support tool, uniquely structured around the patient consultation, with advice on symptom evaluation, tests to order and treatment approach. It is ranked one of the best clinical decision support tools for health professionals worldwide. *

Use BMJ Best Practice to:

Search thousands of clinical topics and over 6,000 clinical guidelines Find answers fast using our layout that mirrors the patient consultation Access anywhere, with online and offline access via the BMJ Best Practice app Get step-by-step guidance via our unique treatment algorithm tables

Check prescription guidance using linked drug databases and over 250 medical calculators Stay current with Important Updates highlighted within each topic Ensure your ongoing professional development, with automatic CME/CPD tracking.

*Providing Doctors With High-Quality Information: An Updated Evaluation of Web-Based Point-of-Care Information Summaries Journal of Medical Internet Research Vol 18, No 1 (2016): January

Follow these three easy steps to get started


Connect to your institution’s wifi/network and go to . You will see your institution’s name at the top of the page to show you have access. You have access to BMJ Best Practice via your organisation’s network (IP). 1. 2.

Continue to steps 2 and 3


Set up a personal account

Setting up a personal account gives you access to extra features. You will be prompted to create a personal account on your first visit. You can also click 'create account' on the top right corner of the homepage.

A personal account will enable you to:

Download the BMJ Best Practice app Track your CME/CPD activity and download certificates Access BMJ Best Practice outside of your institution, anywhere and at any time.


Download the app

First, make sure you have completed step 2 and created your personal account.

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Search for ‘BMJ Best Practice’ on the App Store or Google Play* Select the app and start the download Enter your personal account login details to complete the download.

* Available for Android 4.2 (API version 17+), iOS 7 and above

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