Need access to the medical library but can’t get out or self-isolating? The MDU has teamed up with indextra to provide you with discounted access to its online medical library.

As we continue to observe social distancing, having access to digital learning resources has never been so valuable.

Make the most of your MDU membership by downloading a free trial of indextra, a leading medical library app accessible by monthly subscription. The app is packed with over 900 medical text books, handy calculators, NICE guidelines, the BNF and BNFC – all in one app.

All your medical books in one place

With over 900 books at a touch button, you’ll never again have to carry a heavy book bag, or worry about out-of-date editions. indextra’s medical library has a whole host of essential resources to power you through your studies.

Key publishers include: Oxford University Press, Wiley, The Royal Pharmaceutical Society, Cambridge University Press and Taylor and Francis. You can even check online to see if the publications you need are available.

Accessible anytime, anywhere

The app can be downloaded on any device and is accessible without the internet.

Unlike library books, you’re free to search text just like a webpage, as well as annotate, bookmark and highlight the text. No more sifting through heavy books, get instant answers online to queries during your clinical placements or use the app to study, research and record notes for future reference.

Your subscription makes a difference

You can feel good about giving back. For every paid subscription in the UK, indextra matches your subscription with a subscription for a doctor in a developing country.

Less than most monthly subscriptions

If you subscribe to streaming services, you’ll know that £5.99 a month is less than most. MDU members also enjoy two months for free on us.

This page was correct at publication on 14/12/2020. Any guidance is intended as general guidance for members only. If you are a member and need specific advice relating to your own circumstances, please contact one of our advisers.