BMJ Case Reports has a distinct subscription model. As a subscriber, whether you're an author or a reader, you become a Fellow. As a Fellow, you can:
  • Gain access to the largest collection of clinical case reports - search and browse over 27,000 case reports across different specialties, and learn from common and rare real-world clinical scenarios
  • Submit as many case reports as you like - a fellowship enables unlimited submissions from your institution
  • Ignite clinical education at your institution - the presentation of our case reports optimises learning. Diagrams, flowcharts, and algorithms can be repurposed for teaching without further permission
  • Raise the profile of your institution’s contributions - gain international recognition and visibility of your institution’s cases
  • Engage and share knowledge - rate cases, comment, and connect through rapid responses
  • Patient-centred learning - many of our cases offer a unique patient perspective detailing their experience of illness, treatment, recovery, and rehabilitation
  • Advocate for improved clinical practice globally - our collection of global health case reports focuses on the challenges in providing care to vulnerable populations
We offer three different purchasing options.
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Individual Fellowships

£345 per year (excluding VAT)

Institutional Fellowships

(provides access to students, staff and faculty members)

Corporate Subscription

About your Subscription

Renewing your subscription Our subscriptions are annual and last for 365 days from date of purchase. This does not mean your subscription will automatically end after 365 days as you will receive a renewal notice prior to its end which will enable you to continue your subscription without interruption. Customer Service If you have any further queries about your subscription, please contact our customer services team on +44 (0) 207111 1105 or via email at support@bmj.com. More about the journal You can find out more about the BMJ Case Reports here.