15,000 Case Reports Published

We are pleased to announce BMJ Case Reports has now published over 15,000 cases online. BMJ Case Reports is an important educational resource offering a high volume of cases in all disciplines so that healthcare professionals, researchers and others can easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions. Seema Biswas, Editor in Chief […]

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Creating secondary learning resources from the BMJ Case Reports through social-media based discussion groups

Social Networks like Facebook and the recently unveiled G+ besides the obvious connotations of helping to connect with friends, family and co-workers, have wider and rather far reaching implications in the domain of Healthcare which is traditionally dictated by strict one to one communication between the attending doctor and the patient. However with the Internet […]

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Searching whilst feeding

Had one of those yes-this-is-how-it-could-work moments recently. I was sat at the back of a departmental lunchtime meeting (in Turo) recently eating a cake and clocking up some CPD. There was a presentation on ‘refeeding syndrome’ and I managed to search BMJ Case Reports for ‘refeeding syndrome’ on my recently acquired smartphone and found several […]

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“Pediatric” case reports now in vogue?

The American Academy of Pediatrics’ journal ‘Pediatrics’ has made public its New Year’s resolutions in an editorial called “The Next Generation of Pediatrics”. First LR, Moyer VA, Puskarz J. The Next Generation of Pediatrics. PEDIATRICS. 2010 1;125(1):193-194. In it they announce the relaunch of case reports with some excellent selection criteria namely reports that: “(1) […]

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