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Pharmacy   Tags: drug info project, ginsburg, hsl, pharmacy  

A guide to drug information resources for faculty, students and hospital staff pharmacists.
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Access Pharmacy

Access Pharmacy

Online pharmacy information resource containing well-known textbooks, drug therapy cases with Q&A, "Drug of the Week" quizzes, and a NAPLEX review.

 

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Stedman's Medical Dictionary - Stedman's Medical Dictionary Staff (Created by); Thomas Lathrop Stedman
Online through Stat!Ref

Pharmacy Resources at Temple

The Ginsburg Health Sciences Library has many resources to support the Pharmacy School programs. Use this guide to explore some of those options.

Learn where to find articles in the Find Articles tab. Discover ways to find books in the Find Books tab.

Use the Drug Information Project tab when you are involved in that project or need to find one of those resources quickly.

Under the Self Assessment tab you will find a link to the NAPLEX Review along with additional ways to test your knowledge.

Additional Resources contains some handy resources to know.

Want some help learning how to use one of our resources? See if we are offering a workshop under the Library Workshops tab.

You can always contact one of the librarians too!

      

    Drug Monograph Collections

    • Lexi-Comp
      A clinical, point-of-care drug information resource. Lexi-Drugs, the heart of Lexi-Comp, is a comprehensive database of over 1600 drug monographs, covering over 8000 medications. Also included: a drug interaction tool, a drug identification file and more.
    • AHFS Drug Information (Through Stat!Ref)
      Known as the "Big Red Book", AHFS Drug Information contains monographs for over 100,000 drug products. AHFS references are evidence-based and peer-reviewed.
    • Drug Points: USP DI (volume 1) (Through Stat!Ref)
      Offers 1,400+ concise synopses on FDA-approved drugs, both prescription and non-prescription.
    • Natural Standard  
        
      Database of complementary and alternative therapies and products. Includes systematic reviews of foods, herbs, supplements, vitamins and minerals. Monograph cover topics such as: safety, efficacy, dosing, adverse effects, precautions, interactions.
    • Merck Index  
        
      From Merck & Co., an index containing monographs describing chemicals, drugs, amd biological substances. ChemDraw plugin required for structure searching. Free registration required to download plugin.

    HSL Librarian

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    Daily Med-FDA Drug Information

    From the National Library of Medicine -- updates and additions to FDA Drug Label information.
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