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Here are some reasons to consider publication in one of BMJ’s (the publishing group’s) diverse range of specialist journals:

  • Broad worldwide readership.
  • Respected impact factors in each journal’s field.
  • Quick time to first decision (review or reject) – often within 2 weeks of submission.
  • Rapid publication – most journals publish online ahead of print (“online first”).
  • Download and share your published article with colleagues.
  • No compulsory submission or page charges.
  • All content published before 2006 FREE.
  • The BMJ makes research articles free from the moment of online publication onwards.
  • Key articles highlighted with linked editorials, commentaries and/or press releases.
  • Indexed by all the major services (eg, PubMed, ISI).
  • Free access to cited articles from any of the journals hosted by HighWire – including 71 of the 200 most frequently cited journals.
  • Easy and efficient online submission system.
  • Money – you will receive a share of significant commercial reprint revenue from your research.

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Article Submission. thebmj.com. http://www.bmj.com/about-bmj/resources-authors/article-submission. Accessed July 28, 2017.

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