The library’s book of the month is about slowing down and being able to see things that otherwise you wouldn’t be able to. If you are into mindfulness and the … Continue reading Into mindfulness? Then “The things you can see only when you slow down” is a must read.
The BMA support the #PeoplesVoteAmendment – please sign the petition to let MPs know you want a final say on the Brexit deal. Brexit and the medical profession The BMA … Continue reading Brexit is bad for health
Book of the Month “Milk of paradise: a history of opium” by Lucy Inglis available now. To borrow this book, sign in to our online catalogue with your BMA details … Continue reading Milk of Paradise: a history of opium by Lucy Inglis is our book of the month
A lot of things happening at @TheBMA today in celebration of @WMHDay. With plenty of workshops, drop-in sessions and online conversations for staff to recognise the importance of mental health … Continue reading World Mental Health Day 10th October
The Doctor – a new chapter for BMA news. The 52 year-old magazine is relaunching this weekend, aiming to offer more context and analysis of major developments and focus on … Continue reading The Doctor – new chapter of BMA News
The 13th September is World Sepsis Day. Help us raise awareness of quick killer. Sepsis (also known as blood poisoning) is the immune system’s overreaction to an infection or injury. … Continue reading World Sepsis Day – 13th Sep
Oxford Textbook of Sleep Disorders edited by Sudhansu Chokroverty and Luigi Ferini-Strambi Published by Oxford University Press, July 2017 (ISBN: 9780199682003 £125.00) “…In short, this is a complete manual to set … Continue reading BMA Medical Book of the Year 2018
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 … Continue reading The library recommends