Louise is responsible for driving the work that produces clinical decision support tool BMJ Best Practice, and medical educational resources BMJ Learning and OnExamination. She has been employed at BMJ as Director of the Knowledge Centre since 2017.
Louise has a thorough understanding of the clinical decision support and education markets from specialising for several years as an industry consultant following an established career at Elsevier as UK Publishing Director for Health Sciences.
BMJ’s Chief Executive Officer Peter Ashman commented: “As a values-driven business, we always put our users at the heart of what we do. The Executive Committee collectively felt that the addition of Louise to the committee will maintain the momentum of BMJ’s growth within the clinical decision support and medical educational markets. Her experience, knowledge and insight are invaluable to the overarching business decision processes that go toward helping to create a healthier world.”
Louise added: “I am thrilled to be joining the Executive Committee at such an exciting time for the Knowledge Centre. Having a seat within the wider business context will no doubt steer the continued success of BMJ Best Practice.
Having won multiple awards recently, we are breaking new ground in providing clinicians with evidence-based information and knowledge. As a result, Best Practice is even better placed to support decision making at the point of care."