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Partner with BMJ Learning

We partner with organisations to create courses that reach thousands of healthcare professionals

Updated over a week ago

At BMJ Learning, we believe that continuous education is the key to improving healthcare outcomes on a global scale. As a leading online learning platform, we are committed to providing healthcare professionals with the highest quality educational resources and training programs.

We understand the importance of partnerships in achieving our mission, and we are excited to extend an invitation to large-scale health funders to join us in driving innovation and excellence in healthcare education.

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Position your brand as a content expert

Share your expertise on a topic or subject

Access to 1m+ healthcare professionals within an education setting

Get involved:

  • Support a webinar or talking heads video

  • Available for learners on-demand

Get involved:

  • Create a course from scratch or use your existing content

  • Support the creation of a course on key topics for your organisation

Get involved:

  • Share your brand with a global clinical audience

We can work together to achieve your objectives.

Talk to us about the topic areas that are important to you.

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Who you could be reaching

BMJ Learning has a global learning community of 1m+ healthcare professionals;

  • 900+ accredited, peer reviewed learning courses written by experts

  • 6+ million completed courses by 1+ million healthcare professionals

  • Accredited by over 70 institutions worldwide

  • 95% of users said BMJ Learning has had an impact on their clinical practice

  • 55,000+ website users per month

Associate your brand with a credible provider of comprehensive training and educational expertise.

What our learner’s say:

“Excellent way of learning - short, sharp, and to the point.”

Secondary Care Doctor, UK

“This will change my practice.”

Consultant, Qatar

“These modules are an excellent way of keeping up to date with current practice.”

Nurse, UK

Learn more about how your organisation can get involved

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