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What Magazines do Doctors and Nurses Read?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by radderfire, 4 Jun 2019.

  1. ttaskmaster


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  2. V F


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    It gives a whole new meaning finding his weak spot.
  3. FishFluff


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    BMJ. But it’s mostly an online thing.
  4. stockhausen


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    Spelling error corrected ;)
  5. Teh_Next

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    Oh my, I did actually LOL


    Used to be the Nursing Times years ago for jobs and articles. I don't think doctors and nurses read the same mags tbh, probably.
  6. tres


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    BMJ, get it through the door regularly
  7. EVH


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    Do you get it through the back door?
  8. StoutMeister


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    Need to quote Dr.J.Morrison for this.
  9. Minstadave


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    Wife gets the BMJ (utter junk normally) and Pulse which is for GPs.

    Each royal college will have a magazine for their speciality. I get Archives of Disease in Childhood.

    The defense providers (MPS/MDU) send out magazines to nearly everyone.

    The vast majority of us pile them up and never read them.