BMJ Medical Career Guides

BMJ started out 180 years ago as The British Medical Journal. The first issue published articles on stillborn babies, arm amputation at the shoulder, and the climate on the Isle of Wight. Today the BMJ website features the latest news, research and white papers as well as a medical course finder, job postings, articles and career guides.

After completing medical school, physicians or surgeons may further their education in a specific branch of medicine by completing a multiple-year residency to become a specialist. A medical specialty is a professional practice that is focused on a particular group of patients, diseases, or skills.

The BMJ’s series of 45 career guides include vital information and advice for people looking to train as a doctor within specialties like psychiatry, pediatrics, surgery and many others! It’s where you can find The Complete Guide to Becoming A…

  1. Cardiothoracic Surgeon
  2. Oncology Doctor
  3. Occupational Medical Physician
  4. Ophthalmology Doctor
  5. Infectious Disease Doctor
  6. Intensive Care Medicine Doctor
  7. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Doctor
  8. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
  9. ENT Surgeon/Otolaryngologist
  10. Haematology Doctor (Including Blood Transfusion)
  11. Neurophysiology Doctor
  12. Respiratory Medicine Doctor
  13. Vascular Surgeon
  14. Urology Doctor
  15. Anaesthesia Doctor
  16. Anatomy Doctor
  17. Emergency Medicine Doctor
  18. Public Health Medicine and Epidemiology Doctor
  19. Radiology Doctor
  20. Rheumatology Doctor
  21. Trauma Surgeon
  22. Neurosurgeon
  23. Pathology Doctor
  24. Plastic Surgeon
  25. Psychiatrist
  26. General Practitioner
  27. Immunology (Including Allergy) Doctor
  28. Medical Microbiologist or Virologist
  29. Neonatologist
  30. Neurology Doctor
  31. Stroke Medicine Doctor
  32. Renal Medicine Consultant
  33. Acute Internal Medicine Doctor
  34. Hepatology Doctor
  35. Forensic Pathology Doctor
  36. Gastroenterology Doctor
  37. Rehabilitation Medicine Doctor
  38. Clinical Scientist
  39. General Surgeon
  40. General Internal Medicine Doctor
  41. Geriatric Doctor
  42. Geneticist
  43. Dermatology Doctor
  44. Diabetology or Endocrinology Doctor
  45. Cardiology Doctor

To access any of these medical career guides, click on the link below:

About BMJ: BMJ is a global healthcare knowledge provider with a vision for a healthier world. We share knowledge and expertise to improve healthcare outcomes. We are well renowned for publishing The BMJ (mostly referred to as The British Medical Journal) – one of the world’s top four most cited general medical journals. We publish more than 70 medical and allied science journals. Nearly half of our indexed journals rank within the top 10 of their category. Our expertise extends from publishing and medical education to clinical decision support and events to enhance day to day decision-making and healthcare delivery. We do this by partnering with more than 8,000 medical organisations worldwide so they can provide their users with the best available resources.

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