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A useful selection of Free Open Access articles to Coronavirus Research: BMJ https://bit.ly/2uQkqFi Emerald https://bit.ly/2wjL6OX NEJM https://bit.ly/2VECUU6 Sage Publishing https://bit.ly/2woWaKw Springer Nature https://bit.ly/32HVTyq Wyley Online https://bit.ly/3cnhaC7 You can also use Pubmed to research any articles published on...

As the risk has been raised from low to moderate by the UK Chief Medical Officer, all doctors can access the BMA’s guidance and information sources about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) on https://bit.ly/3ajLlrX...

The new issue of The Doctor Magazine is out. Read the cover story from Keith Cooper: ‘Banned from getting better’ and find out how mentally ill patients have even a harder...

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    

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A web resource for doctors which collects key information about Coronavirus has been compiled on the BMA website to help answer any questions their patients may have. Essential information from Department...

The BMJ  is offering free access to all coronavirus resources.  The novel coronavirus, known as 2019-nCoV, began circulating in China in December 2019. The situation is evolving rapidly. The number of...

We have now tripled the time period that the PDFs of our Dawsonera e-books last for. It is now possible to download the PDF of any of our Dawsonera e-books for...