Saudi health ministry partners with BMJ to boost health care quality

March 5, 2014 10:51 am

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) has signed a five-year partnership deal with the Saudi health ministry, as part of the government’s 20-year work force transformation strategy to improve the consistency and quality of health care in the kingdom, Arab News has reported. The partnership provides health care professionals in the ministry open access to resources such as BMJ Best Practice, which offers fast and easy access to the latest research evidence, guidelines and expert opinions at hospitals, clinics or on mobile devices, enabling clinicians to make the best decisions for their patients.