BJA and BJA Education Online
About BJA and BJA Education (formerly CEACCP)
The following journals are published by Oxford University Press and are available free of charge to Members of the College: The British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA), and BJA Education.
BJA remains the oldest and largest independent journal of anaesthesia and it became the journal of The College of Anaesthetists in 1990. The College was granted a Royal Charter in 1992. Although there are educational links between BJA and the College, the journal retains editorial independence. With an Impact Factor of 4.354, the BJA ranks an impressive third out of 28 journals in the Anesthesiology category.
BJA Education is a joint venture of the British Journal of Anaesthesia and the RCoA. The main purpose of BJA Education is the publication of material to support the continuous medical education and professional development of specialists in anaesthesia, critical care medicine and pain management.
Online access to the Oxford Journals
Fellows, Members and Trainees receiving the BJA and BJA Education through their College subscription may access these online for free. For online access follow the steps below:
- Find your Oxford Journals subscriber number on the address label/letter from Oxford University Press (see image below). If you do not have this please email your name and College Reference Number to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Once you have your Oxford Journals subscriber number you will need to register with OUP for online access here and create an account (make a note of your OUP username and password); you can then read the journals online by visiting bja.oxfordjournals.org and bjaed.oxfordjournals.org.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with BJA Education/BJA and access to MCQs
BJA Education online offers an MCQ test for each article, for which a ‘pass’ generates a PDF certificate of completion which can be printed off or uploaded into the RCoA CPD Online Diary or another revalidation management system.
In order to access the MCQs you will need to be registered for online access with OUP as per steps 1 and 2 above and you can then visit bjaed.oxfordjournals.org and click on CME (Continuing Medical Education) to get started.
Reading BJA online also counts as an approved CPD personal activity and should be self-accredited on the basis of one CPD credit per hour. For further information, please contact email@example.com.
If you are experiencing difficulties creating an account with OUP for Oxford Journals or accessing the CPD area of the journal you can try following this step-by-step guide.
If you are still experiencing difficulties please go to the OUP journals help page.
Click on the images below to access BJA and BJA Education.
The old CEACCP material can still be accessed by clicking on the image below
Explore sub-specialty article collections covering Basic Science to Paediatrics, Intensive Care to Neuroanaesthesia and more with the CEACCP Collections »
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