Almost ready to give up the paper version now earlier bugs have been fixed
I have had problems with the BMJ after I decided to stop getting a paper copy. These issues included logging on automatically in the past. Now it never seems to update well. I have high speed fibre-optic broad band right into the house these days and there are no problems accessing or downloading from other sites.
Entire issues download within seconds for offline viewing. I can now finally get rid of all my piles of BMJs that I’ve been hoarding over the years
Great app - much better than trying to keep track of print issues!
Come on guys. I’ve been a member forever. This could be so much better and could integrate with BMJ learning. I should get this before the paper edition which I don’t want. Get with the times....
Online, The BMJ is one of the world’s leading general medical journals for researchers, educators, clinicians and policy-makers. The BMJ is the house journal of British medicine, owned by Britain’s doctors. The BMJ app lets you - read what the world's leading
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