BMA Library

Quicker and simpler access to our E-Books Collection

We have improved access to our E-Books Collection by now only requiring you to log in with your BMA website username and password. You no longer need to have a separate Dawsonera username and password.

Our E-Books collection can still be accessed via either our online catalogue or the pages on the BMA website that list selections of titles suitable for Medical StudentsJunior Doctors and General Practitioners, as well as key titles in each medical specialty. Both of these routes now just require you to log in with your BMA website username and password.

If you don't yet have a BMA website username and password please use the online form to create one. If you do already have an account, but can't remember your log in details please use the account reset form.

 

245 new titles added to our E-Journals Collection

We have added 245 new titles to our E-Journals Collection, including The Lancet.

 

About the BMA library

The BMA library is available to all BMA members. Visitors may be asked to show a valid BMA membership card when using the library.

Members of the public and students may purchase a day pass.

Read our guide to library resources, student support and prices

Our facilities

  • PC access with free scanning and printing facilities
  • DVD/video player to watch our audiovisual collection
  • Self-service photocopying service
  • WiFi access
  • Exclusive DVD collection available to loan
  • Laptops available at busy periods
  • Study space
  • Complete range of core clinical textbooks
  • Career and professional issues book collection

Library opening times

Monday to Friday : 9am to 6pm

The library enquiry desk is staffed at all times except from 9am to 10am on Thursday.


Location

BMA HouseWe are located inside the main reception of BMA House, Tavistock Square, London.

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Contact the library

Telephone: 020 7383 6625
(during opening hours)

Email: bma-library@bma.org.uk

Fax: 020 7388 2544

Skype: bma.library
 (during opening hours)

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Library courses

  • Want to develop your understanding of medical statistics?
  • Need to know why critical appraisal is important?
  • Looking to improve your online searching capabilities?

We run courses to help all health care professionals.

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