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Under the terms of BMJ’s open access agreement with Vanderbilt University, corresponding authors* and research institutions are eligible to publish their research open access (with fees covered by the agreement) in a range of BMJ journals.

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BMJ Journals

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Sharing and learning through experience. Learn from real cases around aspects of differential diagnosis and decision-making.

BMJ Case Reports is an online, peer-reviewed journal that publishes clinically-important cases on common and rare conditions from all specialties. 

  • Easily search the largest peer-reviewed case reports database 

  • 27k+ clinically-significant case reports published from 70+ countries

  • Learn from real cases around aspects of differential diagnosis and decision-making

  • Education modules to help you test your developing clinical skills

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Register to watch a webinar recording with Editor-in-Chief, Seema Biswas, PhD, FRCS for expert insight and tips on:

  • Publishing: How does the Editorial team evaluate submitted cases?
  • Searching: Navigate 27k+ case reports to find what you want
  • Medical education: Using case reports to support clinical learning
  • Integration: Ensure widespread adoption among faculty 
  • Common questions: Items such as patient request forms 

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Case types include:

  • Learning from errors
  • Myth exploded
  • New disease 
  • Novel treatment 
  • Unexpected outcome (positive or negative) 
  • Images, videos ... and more!
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