The number one bestselling author Ruby Wax has done it again. After writing A mindfulness guide to the Frazzled which has been a very heavily borrowed book from our non-clinical … Continue reading What to read – How to be human, The Manual
The United Nations declared in December 2011 that the 21st March of each year would be World Down Syndrome day in a bid to raise awareness and support further research. … Continue reading World Down Syndrome Day
Magnificient Minds – 16 pioneering women in science & medicine The library recommends this book by Pendred E. Noyce to mark the 107th International Women’s Day last 8th of March. … Continue reading What to read
Here are our opening times over the upcoming Easter period: Monday 26 March – 9am to 6pm Tuesday 27 March – 9am to 6pm Wednesday 28 March – 9am to … Continue reading Our Opening Times over the Easter Period 2018
Then, what are you waiting for? Contact your information professional hero to save you from any stress or anxiety. Let us help you in your work, project or studies with: ‘super … Continue reading Have you met your personal librarian yet?
The BMA Library is pleased to announce that it now provides access to Doody’s Core Titles E-Books Collection for BMA members. The list of the titles in the collection can … Continue reading Doody’s Core Titles E-Books Collection – now available to all BMA members
Our E-Books provider, Dawsonera from the 31st October) introduced an important change to their platform. This change resulted in BMA members now needing to use Adobe Digital Editions in order … Continue reading Change to the process for downloading and opening the PDF files of our E-Books
This quote from Timoty Healy hightlights the importance of the work librarians do. CILIP, the library and information association is currently undertaking the campaign Powered by Librarians to promote how … Continue reading The most important asset of any library goes home at night – the library staff (T. Healy)