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How to use our library as a medical student, a doctor, a librarian or a member of the public.
Get the basics about using the library - what kind of access is available for BMA members, non-member doctors, librarians and the public plus our latest opening hours.
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Citation research can be used to find articles on a specific subject or to check bibliographical details. Read our factsheet.
The standard for citing electronic sources have become more available as the copyright law applies equally to electronic sources. Read our factsheet.
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The institutional membership scheme is a way to expand our collections and services to the users of medical and health libraries worldwide. Find out how to join.
See our list of biomedical libraries in London, some of which offer free access to members of the public.
We're available on the LibAnywhere app so you can use our resources at any time. Find out how to download the app and how to find us.
All our loans are free to BMA members however you can view our price list for readers' tickets, document delivery service, interlibrary loan, and fees for institutional members.
Find out more about all the facilities available at our library at BMA House in central London including PC access and printing and scanning facilities.
There are two main methods of referencing articles in journal and book publications. Read our factsheet on reference styles.