BMJ Health & Care Informatics
BMJ Health & Care Informatics Journal is the Faculty's official Journal
BMJ Health & Care Informatics journal (BMJ HCI) publishes international, peer-reviewed, high-quality research and evaluation, reviews, protocols, letters, commentaries and communication articles from authors in clinical informatics.
The journal focuses on how informatics can support developments and improvements in health and care services and aims to bring together academics and practitioners within the field. Core issues focused on include technology at the point of care, improving data quality, how to effectively engage patients, informatics governance and utilising big data.
BMJ HCI is an Open Access journal. Find out more about the BMJ HCI and read the latest content
Getting your paper published - with an exclusive member discount on the Article Processing Charge
As the official partner journal of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics we have agreed an exclusive member discount if your paper is accepted for publication in the journal.
To support you in publishing your research, Professor Jack Li, Editor-in-Chief of BMJ HCI, provides advice in the webinar above. Furthermore, the Faculty will work with you on your submission to ensure it is best placed to be accepted in BMJ HCI with the Faculty showcasing the publication on our site and social media channels.
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