New books in the library

The college library houses over 30,000 volumes of work covering all aspects of medicine, surgery, dentistry and health. The latest textbooks and revision guides sit alongside key medical texts dating from the 15th century to the present day. We also house a large collection of books dealing with the history of medicine and, thanks to the generous support of the Baillie’s Institution, the library is building up a comprehensive collection of books relating to the history of Glasgow and Scotland.

We are continually adding to our collections and below are a selection of some of the titles acquired by the library this month.

Modern Clinical Collection

Basics of dental technology: a step by step approach / Tony Johnson
Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011

Essential dental public health / Blánaid Daly, Paul Batchelor, Elizabeth Treasure [et al]
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013

Neurology for MRCP: the essential guide to neurology for MRCP part 1, part 2 and PACES / Jonathan D. Rohrer and Jonathan Kennedy
Singapore: Imperial College Press, 2011

Principles of oral and maxillofacial surgery / edited by U.J. Moore
Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011

History of Medicine Collection

Imaging and imagining the fetus: the development of obstetric ultrasound / Malcolm Nicolson and John E. E. Fleming
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 2013

History of Glasgow and Scotland Collection

Glasgow: the real mean city / Malcolm Archibald
Edinburgh: Black & White, 2013

Scottish genealogy / Bruce Durie
Stroud: History Press, 2012

The lore of Scotland: a guide to Scottish legends / Jennifer Westwood and Sophia Kingshill
London: Random House, 2009

For more details on the above titles and to view other works in our collections search our online catalogue at

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