MIMS print publication
First published in 1959, MIMS has grown to be the essential prescribing and clinical reference for UK general practice.
MIMS provides concise expert summaries of prescribing information for prescription products alongside a range of other quick-reference prescribing tools including comparison tables, guideline summaries, visual guides and a constantly updated list of drug shortages.
MIMS content is compiled by our team of pharmacists for the benefit of UK healthcare professionals and is not influenced by marketing information from pharmaceutical companies.
MIMS is published in print every quarter, in March, June, September and December. Print copies are sent free of charge to all UK-based GPs who complete our online registration form .
If you have already registered and need to change your mailing address, please email email@example.com including your name, surgery address and GMC number.
If you’d like access for 10 or more users at your company we can offer substantial discounts on subscription rates. Contact the subscriptions team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIMS is one of the most up-to-date prescribing references for UK healthcare professionals. MIMS is updated constantly online, with changes incorporated daily including the addition of new drugs and formulations and the removal of products that are no longer available. Each quarterly print edition includes all the updates from the corresponding three months of online updates.
The publishers and printers cannot accept liability for errors or omissions. Readers are advised to make their own enquiries of manufacturers or specialists in relation to drugs, treatments or advice.
Advertising enquiries can be directed to our advertising team, details of which can be found on our MIMS advertising information page . Advertisements are accepted for publication only upon Haymarket Media Group Limited's standard Terms of Acceptance of Advertising, copies of which are available from the advertising sales department.
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