BMJ open
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ulakbim MEP: 1.004 Ödeme: 5020 Yılı: 2019
Short Name BMJ Open
Abbreviated Name BMJ Open
ISSN 2044-6055
Aim and Scope
Author Instructions
Keywords computational chemistry; prevalence; Simulation; Migration; hypertension; Cancer; Prevention; Risk factors; artificial intelligence; lung cancer; Nursing; Education; dementia; clinical trials; Patient safety; eHealth; Magnetic resonance imaging; hospital; Technology; postoperative pulmonary complications; awareness; blood transfusion; cost-effectiveness; Cohort study; Epidemiology; meta-analysis; systematic review; Atrial fibrillation; Traumatic brain injury; epilepsy; Medical Informatics; MRI; Science; stroke; Warfarin; Diabetes; Anticoagulation; clinical audit; quality in health care; surgery; thromboembolism; social media; organizational innovation; health care surveys; smartphone; health promotion; feasibility studies; randomized controlled trial; validation; Cochlear implant; İslam; Turkey; Innovation; Entrepreneurship; motivation; Evaluation; performance; Nigeria; maternal health; family medicine; nurse; health workers; breastfeeding; training; body mass index; obesity; overweight; burnout; Adolescent; Children; Health Knowledge; risk management; asthma; congenital heart disease; radiotherapy; quality of life; sleep; medical students; pakistan; suicide; ethiopia; reproductive health; assessment; e-learning; diabetes mellitus; quality improvement; automation; drug use; depression; adolescence; childhood; neuroimaging; health services; hiv; schizophrenia; psychiatry; elderly; nutrition; public health; socioeconomic status; sexual and gender minorities; access; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; mortality; childhood obesity; interventions; global health; randomised controlled trial; metabolic syndrome; child health; dysphagia; resilience; economics; china; osteoarthritis; social sciences; infection prevention and control; united arab emirates; type 2 diabetes; type 2 diabetes mellitus; hba1c; lead; autism; intellectual disability; movement disorder; breast neoplasms; pregnancy; emergency department; motivations; violence; type 1 diabetes; bmi; body fat; attitude of health personnel; diffusion of innovation; evidence-based medicine; health information resources; autism spectrum disorders; bangladesh; uncertainty; smoking; modelling; tuberculosis; electronic cigarettes; ethnicity; adolescents; ultrasound; socioeconomic position; health policy; neonatology; preventive medicine; financial crisis; infant deaths; mortality rates; neonates; perinatal care; accelerometry; movement behaviour; primary school; school holidays; health disparities; pregnancy outcomes; equity; neighbourhood; walkability; gis; learning; allergy; gini index; urbanisation; decision making; doctor-patient communication; colorectal cancer; guidelines; survey; treatment; prostate cancer; survivorship; adherence; research; physiology; primary care; radiation oncology; parental mental health; wellbeing; health; mental health; parents; sick leave; neurodegenerative disease; psychological distress; healthcare; family planning; integration; perinatal; primary health care; infants; malaria; africa; loneliness; endoscopy; clinical trial; self-efficacy; self-management; diagnosis; pregnancy outcome; migraine; progression-free survival; pathology; low back pain; psycho-oncology; biomarkers; rehabilitation; survival; thailand; heros study; hebei spirit oil spill; long-term health effects; prospective cohort study; preeclampsia; sroi; health economics; social care; social impact; social return on investment; finland; japan; adverse childhood experience; international comparison study; life-course approach; rct; financial incentive; hpv; pre-exposure prophylaxis (prep); public opinion; economic evaluation; feasibility study; infant feeding; intervention; process evaluation; review; predictors; insulin; newborn; sudden death; fatigue severity scale; fatigue; cardiovascular; physical activity; policy; tobacco; adaptation; benefits; dwi; carotid artery stenosis; carotid artery stenting; diffusion tensor imaging; exercise; oropharynx; infectious diseases; longitudinal; coping; critical thinking; qualitative research; pain management; grounded theory; ethnography; medical education; bronchopulmonary dysplasia; delivery room; knowledge translation; virtual reality; literacy; adults; autism spectrum disorder; health literacy; women; data quality; focus groups; medication adherence; health informatics; well-being; social environment; qualitative study; interdisciplinarity; labor; nursing education; brazil; barriers; recovery; respiratory disease; chronic disease; older adult; community gardening; histopathology; extracorporeal membrane oxygenation; incarceration; prisoners; change management; quality in healthcare; copd; causal factors; chronic bronchitis; emphysema; holistic; referral pathways; realist review; implementation science; polypharmacy; implementation; scaling up; multimorbidity; multilevel; job satisfaction; school; substance use; low income countries; antibiotics; inequality; patient reported outcome measures; record linkage; social network analysis; asia; iodine; low and middle income countries; quality of care; pharmacoepidemiology; alcohol; canteen; contraception; malaysia; surveys; population health; primary healthcare; smoking cessation; medical overuse; m-health; inequalities; cancer prevention; minority health; child protection; comorbidity; aged; mood disorders; salt reduction; schoolchildren and families; impact; scoping review; nursing homes; network meta-analysis; surveys and questionnaires; biochemical recurrence; chronic diseases; emotional intelligence; digital health; complementary medicine; knee; myocardial infarction; needs assessment; health services research; ageing; psychosis; head and neck cancer; drowning; virology; effectiveness; heart failure; outcomes; human papillomavirus; social epidemiology; minimally invasive surgery; costs; financial disincentive; health outcomes; healthcare resource use; national health service; cultural competency; experiences; risk factor; competencies; postgraduate medical training; chronic pain; general practice; middle east; postgraduate; oral health; catheter ablation; reproducibility; chronotype; cannabis; occupational & industrial medicine; social medicine; healthy ageing; care orientation; leadership; tobacco control; inpatient; health equity; complex intervention; coproduction; digital medicine; schizoaffective disorder; digital; online; critical care; faculty development; home; clinical teaching; higher education; germany; luxembourg; cancer survivorship; cohort; asd; cost-effectiveness analysis; suicidal ideation; suicidal behavior; paediatric; mexico; neurocognitive development; chiropractic; cross-sectional studies; healthcare surveys; musculoskeletal conditions; professional practice; medical ethics; teaching rounds; workplace learning; teaching; mild traumatic brain injury; therapy; injury; mass screening; participation; electromyography; early childhood; protocol; antimicrobial resistance; clinical outcomes; prenatal diagnosis; validation studies; child development; delivery; supply chain; anaemia; blood bank and transfusion medicine; transplant medicine; emergency department (ed); feasibility; hearing loss; benzodiazepines; medical humanities; sociology of health; patient-centered outcomes research; normalization process theory; community-based; war; intimate partner violence; caesarean section; leishmaniasis; tropical medicine; artemisinin; individual patient data meta-analysis; quinine; treatment efficacy; coding; cerebral palsy; patient preference; subfertility; shared decision making; self-harm; domestic violence; developmental neurology & neurodisability; rehabilitation medicine; general health; intellectual disabilities; sex; cardiology; brexit; migrants; gastrointestinal tumours; health quality improvement; internal whistleblowing; raising concerns; resource limitations; simulations; speaking-up; medical law; sri lanka; home care; ultrasonography; heart defect; transition to adult care; opioid substitution therapy; recidivism; throughcare; antidepressants; consultation; multiple chronic conditions; health technology assessment; pharmacists; neurosurgery; partnerships; early childhood development; dietary habits; saudi arabia; recruitment; social isolation; tobacco industry; cognitive therapy; post-traumatic stress disorder; in vitro fertilisation; cancer incidence; former soviet union; deficiency; geriatric; administrative claims; medical care; clinical setting; substance misuse; medical therapy; complementary therapies; gynaecology; urogynaecology; patient preferences; residency; community health workers; embryo quality; paediatrics; medical education and training; food-based dietary guidelines; healthy diet; healthy eating index; medical oncology clinical decision making; pre-diabetes; sleep duration; network analysis; delirium and cognitive disorders; end stage renal disease; systematic literature review; cardiovascular fitness; men; prospective; co-production; emg; type 1 diabetes mellitus; learning environment; data linkage; psychogenic erectile dysfunction; metaphilosophy; popper; rationalism; relativism; xenophanes; motor control; foster care, residential care, evaluation; cardiac arrest; predictive model; sepsis; military; neuropsychology; paediatric surgery; advance care planning; community pharmacy services; clinical guidelines; fenofibrate; unplanned dialysis; drug users; health service use; general diabetes; health services administration & management; interpretative phenomenological analysis; ambulance; organisational culture; private sector; compensation; healthcare accreditation; measuring nursing care; nursing standards; blood pressure target; benefit-harm assessment; benefit-harm balance; systolic blood pressure; healthcare utilisation; paediatric-onset disabilities; prostatectomy; listening effort; patient-reported outcome measure; prom; haematology; disease management; community child health; individual participant data meta-analysis.; moderators; short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy; end of life care; community care; regularization; biotechnology and bioinformatics; protocols and guidelines; anticoagulation management model; offline; lifecourse/childhood circumstances; academic medicine; netherlands; doctor; qualitative interview; work stress; hip; rape; adult intensive and critical care; liberation from mechanical ventilation; spontaneous breathing test; weaning; extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation; extracorporeal life support; reanimation; complex care; medical complexity; balloon reduction; tibial plateau fracture; health system; healthcare workers; coronary heart disease; grade; education and training (see medical education and training); intensive and critical care; mfrm; osce; medical education & training; muscle activity; symptom management; activation likelihood estimation; systems thinking; chronic disease management; response; female sex workers; armed conflict; elevated blood pressure; jiangsu province; middle and high school students; european health examination survey; knowledge transfer; non-polypoid dysplasia; inflammatory bowel diseases; child marriage; qualitative studies; the social-ecological model; geographic mapping; post diagnostic support; research protocol; economic impact; elective operations; psychosocial impact; winter cancellations; definitions; long-term conditions; sociodemographic factors; laparoscopic surgery; learning success; neurophysiology; older; health care research; motor skills; healthcare outcomes; healthcare resources; inequality decomposition; endodontics; gross motor function; hand–arm bimanual intensive training including lower extremity; manual ability; leadership development; helicobacter pylori ; respiratory support; nature; critical appraisal; diabetes self-management education; learning types; structured diabetes education programme; type 2; healthcare price reform; interrupted time-series; traditional chinese medicine hospitals; gait interruption; normalisation process theory; physical violence; adult cardiology; ischaemic heart disease; ogtt; maternal tobacco use; other risk factors; behaviour change intention; digital educational intervention; pharmacy medicines use review (mur); medically underserved; hearing health inequalities; motor development; patient safety incidents; trigger tool; general endocrinology; general medicine (see internal medicine); patient decision aid; driving under the influence; substance abuse detection; job type; business strategies; for-profit private sector; urban health systems; medication error; basic psychological needs; trauma management; accident & emergency medicine; intervention development; parsing data; spreadsheet; vba; Human Resource management; international health services; paediatric infectious disease & immunisation; psychosocial work factors; research capacity; neonatal intensive and critical care; paediatric anaesthesia; paediatric intensive and critical care; transoral robotic surgery; healthcare organizations; plain packs; standardised packaging; gastric carcinoma; enablers; mobile applications [mesh]; early warning signs; health apps; medical device; health status disparities; medication safety; operating theatre; inpatient mortality; electronic health records (ehr); phr; personal health record; gardening; self-help groups; gender based violence; tea plantation sector in sri lanka; violence in pregnency; digital technology; surgical site infections; department; frail; ward; causal loop diagram; evaluation capacity; care frail elderly; apolipoprotein c; fibrate; intention to leave; turnover rate; work commitment; person-environment fit; staff perceptions; workplace studies; statistics & research methods; progesterone; spinal cord injuries; maternal bmi; nulliparous; non-specific neck pain; active behavioural physiotherapy intervention; cluster randomisation; pilot and feasibility trial; ์neck pain; adventure therapy; paediatric cancer; addictions; undocumented migrant; mobile methods; work-as-done; workspace and practice; insurance, health, reimbursement; interrupted time series analysis; eradication treatment; frozen embryo transfer; patient centered care; education & training (see medical education & training); suicide & self-harm; randomised trial; harms; media coverage; overdiagnosis; testing the healthy; time-series study; disability services; neuropsychiatric; deglutition disorders; low-value clinical practise; medical dissertation; medical research; scientific work; digital interventions; validation study; clinical practice guideline; paediatric palliative care; adult psychiatry; lao pdr; development studies; interdisciplinary research; treatment-seeking behaviour; public health surveillance; small area analysis; antenatal; non-institutional; clinician presence; physician-patient relationships; drug-related community issues; open drug scene; rehabilitative treatment; pre-hospital; hepcidin; adult intensive & critical care; neuromuscular disease; respiratory medicine (see thoracic medicine); deprived; lung cancer screening; positive end-expiratory pressure; medical journalism; study protocol; choice of health facilities; migration status; geriatric medicine; theoretical domains framework; cardiac failure; umbrella review; cognitive rehabilitation; price regulation; primary care worker; acute coronary syndrome; urban slum; paediatric endocrinology; choice awareness; protocols & guidelines; right; clinical studies/trials; comparative effectiveness research (cer); evidence-based dentistry/health care; systematic reviews and evidence-based medicine; oxygen therapy; musculoskeletal injury; "ablation techniques; "cervical intraepithelial neoplasia; "conization; "pregnancy; "premature birth"[mesh]; adverse effects"[mesh]; complications"[mesh]; surgery"[mesh]; therapy"[mesh]; clinical pharmacology; maternal medicine; reproductivemedicine; breathing retraining; fetal biometry; health & safety; divert scale; cardio-respiratory; cluster-randomised; diurnal preference; rotating shift worker; paramedic; cross-disciplinary; nutrition & dietetics; prospective longitudinal; active travel to school; dwelling density; intersection density; fishing communities; diet therapy; immigrant women; maternity care; narrative synthesis; navigation and access; child & adolescent psychiatry; cascade-of-care; latent tuberculosis infection; laspeyres index; antineoplastic medications; deregulation; bridging social capital; demand-side intervention; health services coordination network; multisectoral coordination; assisted reproductive technologies; endometrial preparation; complex leadership; public service motivation; terms; mobility limitation; hepatobiliary disease; hepatobiliary surgery; orthopaedic and trauma surgery; adult palliative care; added value; collaborating teams; head-and-neck cancer; mixed method study; multidisciplinary team meetings (mdt); videoconferencing (mesh term); acute subdural hematoma; intracerebral hematoma; career progression; computer-assisted instruction; motor neuron disease; surgical safety checklist; surgical quality; day-care; under-5 children; delivery of cancer diagnosis; negative experiences; patient-centred communication; organisation of health services; stroke medicine; behavioural change intervention; manuals; pilot studies; clinicians’ experiences; do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation (dnacpr); emergency care treatment planning; recommended summary plan for emergency care and treatment (respect); infant, premature; motor vehicle crash; service organisation; antidepressant medication; sickness absence; adjuvants; canadian longitudinal study on aging; conversation analysis; behavioural sleep intervention; audiology; athena swan; gender diversity; university ranking; adult surgery; mobile devices; anaesthetics; gleason score; positive surgical margin; pirnca questionnaire; care rationing; psychometric evaluation; respiratory tract tumours; multikinase inhibitor; toxicities;