BMA Library Blog

The Underachieving Ovary: A Hilarious and Heartbreaking Infertility Memoir about Love, Life, and Lazy Ovaries is now available. Sign in using your BMA details if you would like to borrow it https://bit.ly/2vaYSQr

We support doctors Try all of the benefits of BMA membership for free until 30 September 2018 https://bit.ly/2KgXpgt

The Junior Doctor Survival Guide By P Watson and J O’Brien is our e-book of the month. To access it, sign in with your BMA details: https://bit.ly/2LRuDYA  

Visit the site of the artist behind Future Library, Katie Paterson, in partnership with the Future Library Trust working together to select and invite the authors and to compassionately sustain the...

From 14th until the 20th May is Dying Matters week which gives us a great opportunity to place the importance of talking about dying, death and bereavement firmly on the national...

Natural born killer cancers. Not all cancers are born equal as three studies funded by Cancer Research UK have determined that kidney cancers evolve differently and some become more aggressive than...

7th April is #WorldHealthDay2018 Help us raise awareness and support WHO’s campaign  #HealthForAll. We believe health is a human right but half the world doesn’t have access to essential health services. You...

This month the library features information on men’s health, promoting awareness and the importance of seeing regular medical advice to early detect and treat disease. You can show your support and...