Connect with us

Health

British Medical Journal slated over ‘disgraceful’ obituary charge – The Guardian

Magazine urged to reverse decision to introduce £300 fee at a time when so many doctors are dying of Covid

Published

on

DoctorsMagazine urged to reverse decision to introduce £300 fee at a time when so many doctors are dying of Covid
Mon 22 Feb 2021 12.13 EST
The British Medical Journal, the respected trade publication for doctors, is facing outrage from its readers over a decision to charge almost £300 for publishing obituaries during a pandemic.
A note on the BMJs website says that from this month the BMJ will be charging £299 for each medical obituary that it publishes. There is a discount of only £50 for members…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

You might also like ...

Article feature image
California healthcare company One Medical barred from COVID vaccine distribution in some California counties after giving it to ineligible people – Business Insider Australia
Article feature image
India’s coronavirus cases mysteriously fell. But with vaccines delayed, some fear the rise of COVID-19 variants – ABC News