Cambridge Medicine wins 3 first prizes at the BMA Book Awards 2010

Blog Post by Jenny Ridge, Academic and Professional Marketing, Medicine, Cambridge University Press
On the 14th September, the British Medical Association hosted their annual Book Awards at their head office in Tavistock Square, London. Several of the medical editorial and sales and marketing team attended along with their authors.  Out of the 784 books that were entered by almost 100 publishers, we were thrilled to have an outstanding total of 10 highly commended books across many subject areas including mental health, anesthesia, neurology, radiology, pediatrics and pharmacology.    

The highly commended books were then put forward for a chance to win first prize in their respective categories, where we scooped no less than 3 first prizes in Radiology, Neurology and Pharmacology; an amazing achievement, and due reward for all the hard work our authors and editors have invested in the medicine list.     

Fetal Echocardiography, A Practical Guide  – 1st Prize in Radiology, Lindsey D. Allan , Andrew C. Cook , Ian C. Huggon   

Modern Surgical Neuropathology with CD-ROM – 1st Prize in Neurology, Douglas C. Miller         

The Prescriber’s Guide, 3rd Edition  – 1st Prize in Pharmacology, Stephen Stahl    

            

Fetal and Neonatal Brain Injury, 4th Edition, Edited by David K. Stevenson , William E. Benitz , Philip Sunshine , Susan R. Hintz , Maurice L. Druzin    

 Medication Safety, An Essential Guide, Molly Courtenay , Matt Griffiths  

 Personal Recovery and Mental Illness, A Guide for Mental Health Professionals, Mike Slade  

 A Clinician’s Guide to Statistics and Epidemiology in Mental Health, Measuring Truth and Uncertainty, S. Nassir Ghaemi   

  Introduction to the Science of Medical Imaging, R. Nick Bryan   

  Transient Ischemic Attack and Stroke, Diagnosis, Investigation and Management Sarah T. Pendlebury , Matthew F. Giles , Peter M. Rothwell    

 The Clinical Anaesthesia Viva Book, 2nd Edition, Julian M. Barker , Simon J. Mills , Simon L. Maguire , Abdul Ghaaliq Lalkhen , Brendan A. McGrath , Hamish Thomson   

You can see a full list of the winners on the BMA site by clicking here.        

      

      

     

Blog Post by Jenny Ridge, Academic and Professional Marketing, Medicine, Cambridge University Press

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One Response to Cambridge Medicine wins 3 first prizes at the BMA Book Awards 2010

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