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Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences : Getting started

A resource for online and print content in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences for students, faculty and staff.

This guide is here to help you find the resources available to you through NU Library as well as free and web-based resources relevant to pharmacy and pharmaceutical science interests. The tabs identify the type of information you will find on that page. Edits and updates will occur throughout the year.

The page you are on now, contains key resources for finding books, articles and drug information. There are always many options so please explore the other tabs/pages for more. Additional recommendations are welcome too.

Key resource with variety of content

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Includes 2022 books: Basic Concepts in Pharmacology and Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards.

Medications, Interactions Resources

Subscription and web based databases containing drug monographs, calculation tools and more can be found in the

drug/medications tab on this guide.

More may be added throughout the year.

Please pay attention to the license agreements for each one as each my vary.

Misinformation and Meds

"The scramble to control COVID-19 will stir up misinformation about meds and supplements," wrote the providers of the Pharmacist's Letter.  Misinformation is an ongoing problem in many areas. Taking the time to evaluate sources and check facts is essential.

 

Non-prescription

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Literature Resources

Want to know more about how to use PubMed? This tutorial "Getting Started with PubMed" should help.

A note on Medline, MEDLINE is the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) premier bibliographic database that contains millions of references to journal articles in life sciences with a concentration on biomedicine. A distinctive feature of MEDLINE is that the records are indexed with NLM Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). Medline can be accessed through a variety of platforms including PubMed, EBSCOhost, Proquest and others.

Chemistry

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Liaison Librarian

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Additional relevant guides

Explore all the possible topics covered in our research guides, depending on your interests there may be others that will provide useful  information.