The 4th edition of this title is now available as an e-book. This revised edition is more comprehensive and includes more up to date information of clinical evidence, national guidelines … Continue reading 4th Edition of CSA scenarios for the MRCGP now available as an e-book
The library’s book of the month is about slowing down and being able to see things that otherwise you wouldn’t be able to. If you are into mindfulness and the … Continue reading Into mindfulness? Then “The things you can see only when you slow down” is a must read.
Here are our opening times for the Christmas and New Year period 2018/2019: Monday 17 December – 9am to 5pm Tuesday 18 December – 9am to 5pm Wednesday 19 December – … Continue reading Our Opening Times over the Christmas and New Year period 2018/2019
The BMA’s revamped magazine aims to offer more context and analysis of major developments, and focus on relating readers’ experiences and stories. The new magazine will be monthly, and four … Continue reading Right to Remain – Issue 3 of The Doctor
The BMA support the #PeoplesVoteAmendment – please sign the petition to let MPs know you want a final say on the Brexit deal. Brexit and the medical profession The BMA … Continue reading Brexit is bad for health
Book of the Month “Milk of paradise: a history of opium” by Lucy Inglis available now. To borrow this book, sign in to our online catalogue with your BMA details … Continue reading Milk of Paradise: a history of opium by Lucy Inglis is our book of the month
A lot of things happening at @TheBMA today in celebration of @WMHDay. With plenty of workshops, drop-in sessions and online conversations for staff to recognise the importance of mental health … Continue reading World Mental Health Day 10th October
Check out the new @BMA’s science and public healthcare report on diet and obesity https://bit.ly/2REAZKQ . Doctors have significant concerns about the impact of poor diet on the nation’s health which, … Continue reading BMA’s report on Diet and Obesity published!