The British Medical Journal
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
The British Medical Journal is a British weekly magazine published since 3 october 1840, first as The Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal, then as The British Medical Journal, and shortened in 1988 as the BMJ.
The magazine published 3 articles and 1 letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1879 and 1907.
By Conan Doyle in The British Medical Journal
- 20.09.1879 : Gelseminum as a Poison
- 07.07.1900 : The War in South Africa. The Epidemic of Enteric Fever at Bloemfontein
- 11.08.1900 : The War in South Africa. The Medical Arrangements in Bloemfontein