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BMJ Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice is a decision support tool for use at the point of care.  It contains thousands of diagnosis and diagnostic tests, diagnostic and treatment guidelines, over 200 patient information leaflets, and provides medical calculators covering equations, decision trees, converters and optimisers.


Direct access

Via University Network

End users should register for the first time within the IP range of the institution.  they can then access their accounts remotely with the newly created user name and password.
If a user has previously set up an account for an BMJ product they will need to log in with their existing username and password to refresh the account.  Use the forgotten password link if you need a reminder.
If you prefer you can also use the Shibboleth log in option when you are off campus.

 


Off University Campus

Staff and Students

User name and password are required. If you have set up an account on campus you can log in using your own username and password. You can also use the Shibboleth option.


Supporting information

The BMJ Best Practice app is available to download as part of your institutional subscription. For more information visit: http://bestpractice.bmj.com/app



Further eResources

To find more eResources related to your subject area have a look at our Library Resources for your Subject page.

Please note: The services outlined on these pages are only available to members of the University of Central Lancashire.