Note: Contact the Library (not the IT Department) if you experience technical issues with any of the licensed mobile apps. If the issue is unresolvable, we can put you in contact with the vendor and their support team.
To install the BMJ Best Practice app:
Note: Your personal account allows you to access BMJ Best Practice from anywhere by logging into the desktop version or by using the app. The app will also work without an internet connection. You can also get CME/CPD certificates for time spent using BMJ Best Practice when logged into your account.
BMJ Best Practice is a point-of-care tool that provides access to thousands of evidence based, peer-reviewed monographs; treatment and diagnostic guidelines; patient education resources; procedural videos and images; medical calculators and drug resources. Subject coverage includes more than 1,000 conditions and is international in scope. There is also a comorbidities tool that provides clinicians guidance on treating acute conditions alongside persisting comorbidities. Content is updated on a daily basis.
Access the desktop version of BMJ Best Practice