Fellowships

BMJ Case Reports has a unique business model whereby users (whether authors and/or readers) become Fellows.

Institutional Fellowships

BMJ offers Institutional Fellowships, giving all faculty, staff and students within your institution the freedom to submit as many cases as they like as well as access to and reuse of all the published material.

If you are interested in how to subscribe as an institution, please register your interest below.*

Benefits for Fellows:

  • Submit as many case reports as they like
  • Enjoy fast, supportive peer review and rapid publication
  • Gain international recognition and publicity for their cases
  • Search and browse thousands of published case reports from all over the globe
  • Learn from common and rare real-world clinical scenarios
  • Reuse material personally and for teaching
  • Rate cases, and comment on cases through letters and blogs

Register your interest

Individual Fellowships

Have you considered joining BMJ Case Reports’ Fellowship?

The journal has a unique model whereby your annual subscription admits you to our Fellowship, giving you the following benefits:

£225 per year

  • Submit as many cases as you like
  • Access all published material
  • Re-use any published material for personal use and teaching without further permission
  • No additional publication or colour charges for accepted articles

To become a Fellow please subscribe now

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.

*Users from Hinari countries have free access to the published cases.