The Doctor's Guide to Critical Appraisal, 3rd edition (PasTest, 2012), was a winner at the prestigious BMA Medical Book Awards 2012 last night. In a lavish ceremony at BMA House in Tavistock Square, London, author Dr Narinder Gosall of Superego Cafe accepted the award from BMA President, Professor Baroness Hollins. Books are judged on accuracy, appropriateness, quality of design and production, originality of content, approach and value for money. Prizes are awarded in 21 categories. Professor Averil Mansfield, Chairman of the BMA Board of Science, commented that it was “no mean feat to be shortlisted”, as they received several hundred individual entries for the awards. The Doctor’s Guide to Critical Appraisal won in the Basis of Medicine category. Dr Narinder Gosall said, “I am delighted that the book has been recognised by the British Medical Association. It was an honour to have been shortlisted by the BMA in such a competitive category but winning it was beyond my wildest dreams.” Read more about this outstanding achievement on the critical appraisal website.