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British Journal of Hospital Medicine

British Journal of Hospital Medicine (BJHM) is the leading monthly multi-specialty review journal for hospital doctors.

The journal has been at the forefront of medical education for over 40 years, publishing only the best and most authoritative clinical reviews, symposia, editorials and case reports available to doctors. All articles are concise, fully referenced, presented in an easy-to-read format and peer-reviewed by some of the world's leading international authorities.

BJHM covers all specialties in hospital medicine, making it essential reading for doctors of all grades who want to ensure that their practice is evidence-based and up-to-date with all the latest clinical developments.

The Core Training for Doctors section of the British Journal of Hospital Medicine (BJHM) is intended to provide clinical information in an easily accessible format to doctors in training. Articles cover Clinical skills for postgraduate examinations, What you need to know about, Tips from the shop floor or What they don't teach you in medical school.

The journal is relevant at every stage of a doctor's career, and offers beneficial subscription rates for student doctors.

Take out a paper subscription to BJHM through this website and save 10% on an annual subscription PLUS receive FREE access to BJHM's online archive, containing all articles published in the journal since 1999.

The article Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: the complexities of phenotype and treatment (vol 72(2), 2011, p. 100-7) is available to download free here along with its supporting tables and references.

The article Perceptions on concordance with bipolar medication: Roundtable discussion is available to download free here along with its supporting tables and references.

The article The fairness, effectiveness and acceptability of selection for specialty training in the UK (vol 74(1), 2013, p. 47-51) is available to download free here along with its supporting tables and references.

The article Extended-duration hospital shifts, medical errors and patient mortality (vol 75(2), 2014, p. 96-101) is available to download free here along with its supporting tables and references.

Regular features in BJHM include:

Editorials

Topical comment on important issues within hospital medicine from some of the world's leading specialists

Clinical Reviews

The best clinical articles available to hospital doctors, summarizing all the latest research findings

Symposia

This section updates doctors on the latest thinking and medical practice in a range of specialties

Education and Training Update

Practical training issues of concern to all hospital doctors, whatever their grade or specialty

Case Reports

We look at unusual presentations and how they were resolved

Core Training for Doctors supplement

The Core Training for Doctors section of the British Journal of Hospital Medicine (BJHM) is intended to provide clinical information in an easily accessible format to doctors in training. Articles cover Clinical skills for postgraduate examinations, What you need to know about, Tips from the shop floor or What they don't teach you in medical school.