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Davidson's Foundations of Clinical PracticeWe have added more than 40 new titles to our E-Books Collection this week which we hope you will find very useful. They are:

As with all of the other titles in our E-Books Collection, each of these can either be read online via your web browser or downloaded as a PDF file to be read offline for up to 7 days 3 days 24 hours (1 day).

After clicking on any of the above title links you will be presented with a log in screen. Just enter your Dawsonera username and password into the boxes labelled Direct Login. If you do not yet have a Dawsonera login please send us an email (e-books@bma.org.uk), quoting your BMA Membership number,  to request one.

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Archives of OphthalmologyAmong the dozens of titles in our E-Journals Collection there are three that Ophthalmologists will find particularly useful: Archives of Ophthalmology, Eye – an International Journal of Ophthalmology, and Seminars in Ophthalmology.

Eye - an International Journal of OphthalmologyTo access these journals, and the rest of the titles in our E-Journals Collection, please go to:

www.bma.org.uk/ejournals

When you click on the above link you will see a log in screen. Simply enter your BMA Website username and password. If you do not yet have a log in account for the BMA Website then simply click on the following link to create one – www.bma.org.uk/register

Bailey & Love's Short Practice of Surgery (25th Ed.)Out of the hundreds of titles in our E-Books Collection, the following will be particularly helpful to Ophthalmologists:

Vaughan & Asbury's General Ophthalmology (17th Ed.)As with all of the other titles in our E-Books Collection, each of these can either be read online via your web browser or downloaded as a PDF file to be read offline for up to 7 days 3 days 24 hours (1 day).

After clicking on any of the above title links you will be presented with a log in screen. Just enter your Dawsonera username and password into the boxes labelled Direct Login. If you do not yet have a Dawsonera login please send us an email (e-books@bma.org.uk) to request one.

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