BMA Library Blog

UPDATE: The trial access has been extended and is now available until the end of September. We have managed to secure trial access to Clinical Key for BMA members. Clinical Key...

About half of all of our e-books (approx. 1,400) are hosted on the Dawsonera platform.Bertram Books, the owner of Dawsonera, went into administration on 19th June.The administrators have indicated that they...

We have a very useful selection of medical statistics titles in our E-Books Collection. These include: The fourth edition of Medical Statistics at a Glance The second edition of Probability and...

We know we are going through difficult times with the Covid19 pandemic. However, it’s good to keep the focus on your work and studies and that is why our e-books collection...

Following the latest government advice, the BMA Library will now only operate its online services. If you have books on loan, pls renew them via the online catalogue or by email....

Cancer has touched us all. The library recommends ‘This really isn’t about you’ by @jhedelstein, a memoir of love, loss and survival. Welcome Book Prize Longlist 2019. BMA  members may borrow it from our...

Keep up to date with new medical curricula with our featured book: ‘250 cases in clinical medicine’ 5th Edition by E. Kasfiki & C W P Kelly & A. Folwell. Available...

Sick-Note Britain: How Social Problems Became Medical Issues by Adrian Massey explains how what he describes as an hyper-medicalised nation has mistakenly equated illness with unfitness to work, confusing a social problem...