BMA Library Blog

The Wellcome Trust has made available on their website an useful explanation on how vaccines are researched and developed. Read ‘The vaccine journey: from idea to immunisation’ available on https://wellcome.ac.uk/news/vaccine-journey-idea-immunisation-covid-19-coronavirus…

Read BMJ article by Fiona Godlee: “Let’s start with some good news. The pandemic is waning in many parts of the world, and health systems are showing how they can innovate...

When the pressure is on, reliable information is critical. Trust our team of librarians to find what you need. Email us at bma-library@bma.org.uk or visit http://www.bma.org.uk/library for all the range of...

Read May’s issue The Dr Magazine with Tim Tonkin reporting on the story of Dr Fayez Ayache paying the ultimate price. His death underscores the BMA’s efforts to protect doctors and...

Whatever your experience, the 8th edition of ”The Doctor’s Communication Handbook” by P. Tate and F. Frame remains a key title for all doctors. Available as an e-book from our collection....

Due to covid19, we are all working from home, but our online resources are fully available. Let’s celebrate #worldbookday2020 by recommending you an e-book you might find useful during lockdown https://bit.ly/3cEhPOQ....

Don’t worry, we know what you can do it with it. Forecasts predict a freezing February, so this looks like it’s going to be a long winter. You can feel blue...

Mandell, Douglas, and Bennetts’s Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases (9th Ed, 2020) 2 vol-set from are available to BMA  members to borrow. Be aware, they are huge volumes https://bit.ly/3760HhJ