All BC physicians registered for independent practice are welcome to use the library of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia. Print and electronic resources have been carefully collected to support clinical, research, and teaching practice of family practitioners and specialists. Services including literature searches, table of content alerts, book loans, and article delivery offer rapid and meaningful information delivery to help physicians make evidence-based decisions.
This 5 min video offers an overview of College Library services and resources:
Stay current on emerging issues with reading lists on pain management, race and health equity, pandemic management, and trauma-informed care (and more topics in development)
Request up-to-date literature on any clinical/research/teaching question.
Use apps for high quality medical guidance, e.g.
Almost 800 ebooks and 4000 print books in various specialties are available, including family practice. Just a few titles are these recent editions: Primary care procedures in women’s health, Current diagnosis & treatment: family medicine, Managing the side effects of psychotropic medications, and Hale’s medications & mothers’ milk. Request any print medical book and we will try to source it for free. No mailing charges are applied to receive or return print books and, of course, ebooks are available 24/7.
Podcasts have been collected for those who prefer an audio-based learning experience.