Book reviewers wanted for MJA website

Would you like to review books related to health and medicine for the MJA website?

From time to time we are offered review copies by publishers, or are looking for someone to review books written by MJA members — so we would like to pull together a list of potential reviewers.

There is no fee, but there is the reward of free books and the opportunity to share your expertise. As reviews can be posted as either public or password protect content, this is also a great opportunity for student members, or members wishing to diversify or promote a portfolio career, to showcase their talents.

If you’re interested, please fill in the form below.   Please note you need to be a member of the MJA to be one of our reviewers but you can of course join and then become one of our reviewers!

Book reviewers

Use this form if you would like to review books for the MJA website

  • Are there any subjects or issues in which you have specific expertise or a particular interest?
    You need to be a current member of the MJA to join our book review team. Do complete our application form if you wish to join and once your membership is processed come back to complete this form.
    Do you consent to the MJA holding these details for the purposes of book reviews?


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  • Valma James says:

    I have recently join the MJA as an Associate member, looking forward to being a member in which will broaden my knowledge, expertise and provide opportunities to influence health and social care policy. With the purpose of contributing to improving the quality of health and social care provision and the wellbeing of communities. I am a Health and Social Care Consultant , qualified as a registered nurse(RGN) and Social Worker, with MSc Social Work , MSc Psychological Approaches to Health & Management.
    I currently advocate for family carers and organise the 2nd Carers National conference : Health of the Nation: Think Autism! June 2019. The Key Note Speaker was Caroline Dinenage MP, Department of Health and Social Care Ministerial Lead for Carers and Dame Philipa Russell . Vice Chairpeson of Carers UK. Opportunity was provided for 20 carers to meet with the Minister and share their experience of caring for children and adults with Autism.
    For further information: Contact : Valma James 07932899459, email:

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