Cactus Communications (CACTUS) a science communication and technology company, has partnered with BMJ, a global healthcare knowledge provider, to index their journal articles into the R Discovery system. The partnership will allow the global research community to discover journal content via the R Discovery app and direct them to the journal’s website to access the abstract and full text papers published by BMJ.
Abhishek Goel, CEO & Co-founder, CACTUS, said, “We continue to help the researchers globally to find the right content, save time, and improve their papers with R Discovery’s capabilities. Our collaboration with BMJ is a step toward creating an integrated healthcare ecosystem and directing app users toward more relevant and authentic content.”
Julie Halfacre, Head of Rights, Licensing and Permission, BMJ, said, “BMJ is committed to supporting healthcare professionals to achieve shared goals of creating a healthier world through the publication and dissemination of high-quality medical research. Our partnership with R Discovery will help direct researchers toward relevant and trusted journal articles quickly and efficiently.”
R Discovery by CACTUS has been downloaded more than two million times by researchers from over 190 countries. Researchers regularly use the app to find new content and read and access full-text articles. Currently, there are over 100 million papers from 32,000+ journals covering more than 9.5+ million research topics across various subject areas, such as life sciences, biology, medicine, philosophy, political science, environmental science, social sciences, and psychology. It is also the largest open-access repository, with more than 40 million open-access journal articles available. Users can access paywalled articles through their university credentials. R Discovery is one of the largest repositories of research content accessible on the go.
A global healthcare knowledge provider, BMJ, publishes one of the world’s top five most cited general medical journals, The BMJ, and a collection of more than 70 medical and allied science titles. BMJ also offers digital professional development courses and clinical decision support tools to help healthcare professionals improve the quality of healthcare delivery.
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