A wealth of resources await you in the new BJS Clinical Library!
Listen to experts in the field discuss the contents of BJS articles in the podcasts, view technical videos of methods described in articles and browse the extensive range of images in the archive of Snapshots in Surgery. Please click on the image for more information.
Displaying all articles - Clinical Library Podcasts - ( Showing 1 to 10 of 27 )
Click here to listen to Jonothan Earnshaw give a brief overview of the contents of the May 2013 issue.
Click here to listen to Mr Earnshaw discuss the highlights of the April issue. These include the Leading Article by P.E. Watkins on using animals in research and the three articles on liver resection.
Click here to listen to Jonothan talking through the highlights of the issue, including a brief account of our highly popular section, Scientific Surgery, which lists RCTs published across a number of medical journals.
Click here to listen to Jonothan Earnshaw giving a brief overview of the contents of the February issue of BJS.
Click here to listen to the Joint Chief Editor discuss the highlights of both the regular January issue as well as the Special Issue dedicated to improving outcomes in gastrointestinal cancer.
To accompany publication of the BJS Special Issue entitled Improving Outcomes in Gastrointestinal Cancer, we have produced a podcast, which discusses what we hoped to achieve by focussing on one area of cancer.
Click here to listen to Jonothan Earnshaw giving a brief overview of the contents of the December issue of BJS as well as looking forward to 2013.
Jonothan Earnshaw shares his opinion on a selection of articles in the October issue, including one on serious gaming and its role in surgical training. Click here to hear his views.
Jonothan Earnshaw shares his views on some of the articles in this issue. Click here to listen to what he has to say.
Europe's premier surgical journal