The Research to Publication programme is part of The BMJ’s commitment to building medical research capabilities around the world. Created in collaboration with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), the programme is designed to be modular and new courses will be added over the coming months. We expect the full programme to be available in early 2016.
Our first two modules, How to Write and Publish a Study Protocol and Introduction to Randomized Blinded Trials, are FREE but other modules will require a subscription. It is possible for individuals and/or institutions to purchase whole courses or access to the complete programme. Prices will be affordable and will include unlimited access to course materials and activities, as well as a signed, personalised certificate of completion from The BMJ’s Editor in Chief, Fiona Godlee and UCSF’s Professor Deborah Grady.
For further information about the programme and to find out more about institutional subscriptions, please contact the Research to Publication team.