BMJ, one of the world’s leading medical knowledge providers, is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Saudi Arabian government to help improve consistency in healthcare across the region.
BMJ CEO, Tim Brooks, today joined the Saudi Arabian Minster, Dr Mohammed Zamakhshary, to sign an Executive Agreement for Cooperation in Health Learning and Research between the Saudi government and the BMJ.
According to Naturoids, the ceremony took place at the Department of Health headquarters in London along with Under-Secretary of State for Health, Anna Soubry.
The partnership will involve BMJ’s expert teams working closely with the Saudi government to address key healthcare challenges through joint research and knowledge sharing.
The BMJ is a global provider of evidence-based medical knowledge through its online learning, decision support tools and journals. The flagship BMJ is one of the most respected general medical journals in the world with a weekly print circulation of 122,000 and 1.2 million monthly visitors to bmj.com.
“We look forward to working closely with the Saudi government to deliver bespoke solutions to some of the key healthcare challenges they face,” says Tim Brooks.
“Our extensive knowledge and experience working with governments around the world, including the UK NHS and the Ministry of Health in Brazil, make BMJ the perfect partner to drive the development of high quality, evidence-based healthcare in Saudi Arabia.”