BMJ Masterclasses was launched in 2006 to help busy doctors keep up to date with the latest evidence, guidelines and best practice in areas most relevant to them. Since then over 13,000 doctors have attended in locations all over the United Kingdom and other parts of the world.
Each BMJ Masterclass is interactive and case-based, and gives delegates the opportunity to learn directly from leading speakers, ask questions, and network with the experts and their peers.
Programmes are developed in association with a dedicated editorial team of doctors and leading BMJ Journals, and are continually updated in response to recent changes and delegate feedback. All attendees receive comprehensive course materials that they can keep referring back to for months to come.
Aimed at general practitioners and advanced nurse practitioners, this series includes our flagship two day GP General Update course providing an update on a wide range of clinical topics. Our specialist GP courses provide a more comprehensive update in specific areas such as cardiology, diabetes and CKD, respiratory medicine, mental health, paediatrics and women’s health and musculoskeletal medicine.
Aimed at the busy hospital doctor, this series provides an update on recent changes and developments in key areas of acute medicine. One day courses include the popular Physicians General Update and the comprehensive update courses in specialty topics such as cardiology, neurology and haematology. Attendees will obtain greater confidence in diagnosis, investigation and management of clinical conditions from the leading clinical experts in their field. This series is also suitable for GPs with a special interest in a particular area.
BMJ Masterclasses webinars are a new series of one-hour online learning events, accessible from your home, practice or on the move. Available live and on-demand, our webinars are a convenient and flexible way of keeping up to date with the latest evidence, new guidelines and best practice in important clinical areas. Covering a wide range of topics in both primary and secondary care, our webinars will provide you easy access to our expert speakers and allow you to keep up to date at your own pace.
BMJ Masterclasses are owned by BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, a private limited company incorporated in England and Wales, company registration number 3102371.
Our registered offices are situated at BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JR, UK. Telephone number +44 (0)20 7387 4410. VAT number GB 674738491.