The British Medical Association has criticised a decision by the Department of Health to remove funding which enables medical students to have a free copy of the British National Formulary.

In a letter to the Department of Health, BMA medical students' committee chair Emily Rigby described the formulary as a 'vital educational resource'.

The British Medical Association has criticised a decision by the Department of Health to remove funding which enables medical students to have a free copy of the British National Formulary.

In a letter to the Department of Health, BMA medical students' committee chair Emily Rigby described the formulary as a 'vital educational resource'.