User Guide

To help you get the most out of BMJ Best Practice, we have created a user guide to highlight a range of useful features. The printable PDF features illustrations and examples of how to navigate the site.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here you can find the answers to frequently asked questions about Best Practice. If we haven't answered your question, feel free to contact us.

Is there a print version of Best Practice?
No, Best Practice an online-only resource.

What is ‘My Best Practice’?
My Best Practice offers personalized features such as saved searches and bookmarked articles. It is available by registering for a free account, or using an existing BMJ Group 'My Account'.

How do I contact BMJ Group or customer services?
Please visit our contact us page.

Who writes and edits Best Practice?
Best Practice has an international editorial team.

What browser should I use to access Best Practice?
Best Practice is best viewed using Firefox 2+, Safari 3+, Opera, and IE6+, though we highly recommend using Firefox 3+ and IE7+.

What is the difference between Clinical Evidence and Best Practice?
Best Practice incorporates much of the research evidence from Clinical Evidence and adds expert opinion and guidelines to cover diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention. As such it is specifically designed as a practical tool to support decision making at the point of care.