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Renaming of the  Library Service at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital

The hospital library is now the Danielle Freedman Library The COMET Library has been renamed the Danielle Freedman Library. Dr Freedman is the Luton and Dunstable Hospital’s Chief Medical Advisor and Director of Pathology. She was recently awarded honorary membership of the Association of Clinical Biochemistry and … Continue reading Renaming of the  Library Service at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital

New Edition of Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine (20th)

The 20th Edition of Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine has arrived in the library. In an increasingly complex world of medicine, Harrison’s 20th edition is more relevant than ever, with a refreshed, user-friendly design and cutting-edge content that reflects the foundational, bioscientific, and clinical insights across the full spectrum of medicine.

New sections include sex and gender-based issues in medicine; obesity, diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome; consultative medicine and more.

Find these books and many more on the library Discovery Service available at

Noise in the library

The COMET Building is undergoing an full refurbishment for 4 weeks. However the library reading room is very noisy during the day, which is unavoidable.

If you find the noise unbearable, please ask the library staff to provide a pair of closed ear headphones, which are very effective at blocking out the noise.

We thank you for your understanding. Library Team

New in the Library – CSA Scenarios for the MRCGP 4th Edition

The first three editions have helped thousands of candidates through the CSA exam in the last nine years. The original approach has therefore been retained so the book continues to offer readers a concise ‘need-to-know’ guide to passing the CSA, with the emphasis on successfully completing a case in the allotted ten minutes using a structured consultation framework that works.

This latest edition has been comprehensively updated to include new information on the latest clinical evidence, national guidelines, and from the recent medical literature. All existing cases have been revised and new cases have been added to cover pre-diabetes and premature ejaculation. Psoriasis, sore throat, thyroid disease and the PSA test are covered in even more detail.