BMJ Medicine is a new open access, multispecialty journal from The BMJ

BMJ Medicine is a new international multispecialty journal that seeks to promote multidisciplinary collaboration through encouraging scientific debate, and the exchange of new knowledge and ideas to improve the health of patients and the public. Closely aligned with The BMJ, BMJ Medicine prioritises high impact research, specialist reviews, and diverse research methods papers with the potential to improve clinical practice, policy, and medical science.


Read about BMJ Medicine’s mission and scope and find out more in our Launch Editorial.

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Inequalities in SARS-CoV-2 case rates by ethnicity, religion, measures of socioeconomic position, English proficiency, and self-reported disability

New research finds that SARS-CoV-2 case rates varied across different sociodemographic groups, particularly ethnicity and religion, in the second and third waves of the covid-19 pandemic

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Latest articles

Tracking the progress of inequalities in SARS-CoV-2 infections into the third covid-19 wave

The risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection among populations at risk fell during the third covid-19 wave, but knowing why is crucial, write these authors

03 April, 2023

Reproductive outcomes in women and men conceived by assisted reproductive technologies

Men and women who were conceived by assisted reproductive technology and become parents do not appear to be at increased risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes

05 April, 2023

Introducing our new statistical editor

Katie Harron

Professor of Statistics and Health Data Science at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, where her research aims to exploit the rich data that are collected as people interact with services through data linkage. She is particularly interested in using linked administrative data to evaluate early interventions and improve services for children and families.


Why publish with us?

Our promise is a high-quality, transparent and fast publication process. Our in-house experienced editorial team (closely aligned with The BMJ‘s) have the expertise to help you to optimise your work and disseminate your findings to a wide international audience.

Editorial Team

Dr Emma Rourke

Emma is a UK-trained doctor working in primary care, where consulting with patients, practicing evidence-based medicine and facilitating shared decision making are central to her role. She has previously been involved with clinical and pre-clinical research in areas of oncology and psychiatry, and has experienced the process of peer review and publication from the author’s perspective.

Dr Sophie Cook

Sophie is a doctor who trained and worked in the UK as a general practitioner. She has 12 years’ editorial experience at The BMJ. Sophie is particularly passionate about improving the health of women and children, the effects of climate on health, promoting sustainable healthcare, and the impact of social determinants of health.