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Monthly Archives: January 2020

The BMJ  is offering free access to all coronavirus resources.  The novel coronavirus, known as 2019-nCoV, began circulating in China in December 2019. The situation is evolving rapidly. The number of confirmed cases and deaths from this pneumonia-like condition are rising. This page is where all BMJ coverage of the Coronavirus outbreak can be found. All articles and resources are freely available on

We have now tripled the time period that the PDFs of our Dawsonera e-books last for. It is now possible to download the PDF of any of our Dawsonera e-books for either 1 day (24 hours); 2 days (48 hours); or 3 days (72 hours). This change has been made as a direct result of feedback we received from BMA members. If you have any feedback about our E-Books Service please send… Read More

We have updated to the latest editions several of the titles in our Doodys Core Titles e-books collection, as well as adding a number of brand new ones.   All of them are accessible by going to and Signing in with your BMA website username and password. If you have any queries or feedback about our E-Books Collection please get in touch with us at

Read ‘Under and out’ article by Jennifer Trueland telling the story of a UK consultant being driven out of the country due to changes in UK visa rules. A real loss we can’t afford. The new issue is out now

Most of the PCs in our Reading Room will be removed over the weekend of 11th-12th January 2020 and won’t be replaced. You will still be able to plug in and charge your own devices and use the WiFi network. There will continue to be a small number of PCs available for use near the Enquiry Desk, at the front of the Reading Room. If you have any questions or comments contact… Read More

Thursday 2 January 2020. The Interlibrary Service is back to normal and available to all our BMA members.