We have a large number of the Oxford Handbook series of titles in our E-Books Collection, including:

Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine (10th Edition)
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Oxford Handbook of General Practice (4th Edition)
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Oxford Handbook of Genitourinary Medicine, HIV, and Sexual Health (3rd Edition)
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View the full list of the Oxford Handbook series titles in our E-Books Collection.

In you have any queries about our E-Books Collection please email: e-books@bma.org.uk

We have a large number of the ABC series titles in our E-Books Collection, including:

ABC of Dermatology (7th Edition)
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ABC of Geriatric Medicine
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ABC of Transfer and Retrieval Medicine

View the full list of the ABC series titles in our E-Books Collection.

In you have any queries about our E-Books Collection please email: e-books@bma.org.uk

We have a very useful selection of medical statistics titles in our E-Books Collection. These include:

The fourth edition of Medical Statistics at a Glance
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The second edition of Probability and Statistics with R
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The third edition of Medical Statistics Made Easy
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To view a complete list of our e-book on medical statistics please visit our online catalogue.

For any queries you have regarding our E-Book Collection please email: e-books@bma.org.uk

We know we are going through difficult times with the Covid19 pandemic. However, it’s good to keep the focus on your work and studies and that is why our e-books collection keeps growing so that you can access the information you need anytime, anywhere.

We provide free, direct access for all BMA members – just search our online catalogue for the title you are looking for on http://bmaopac.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/F

Remember to drop us a line at e-books@bma.org.uk if you need help or have any questions regarding the e-books collection.

You can also check our lists of the online titles available in each medical specialty by visiting the library’s pages from the BMA website on https://archive.bma.org.uk/library/e-resources

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 and adapt…
…But good news is in short supply. The world is facing a scale of challenge not seen since the second world war.”


Read the full article, available free on https://bmj.com/content/369/bmj.m2202

Image by J Garget from Pixabay

‘The need for privacy with public digital contact tracing during the COVID-19 pandemic’ article from The Lancet discussing how contact tracing applications represent a powerful yet controversial approach to fighting COVID-19.

Read on https://thelancet.com/journals/landig/article/PIIS2589-7500(20)30133-3/fulltext#.XtduL2OT4PE.twitter…

 

Read the lates BMJ article titled ‘Covid-19: Questions of conscience and duty for scientific advisers

and how the easing out of the lockdown measures is bringing even more confusion bmj.com/content/369/bm