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Pharmacy Resource Guide   Tags: ebooks, evidence_based_practice, journal_databases, multimedia, pharmacy  

A guide to scholarly resources of interest to pharmacy students and staff at the University of Newcastle, Australia.
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2014 URL: http://libguides.newcastle.edu.au/pharmacy Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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EBM Resources

Try these evidence based, peer reviewed resources.

 

Latest articles from Nature Reviews: Drug Discovery

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Debbie Booth - Faculty Librarian, Health
Room L338, Auchmuty Library
Phone: 02 492 15844
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debbie.booth@newcastle.edu.au
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CURRENT TRIALS

Please send all feedback regarding the following trial to Debbie Booth.

CLINICALKEY

A trial of ClinicalKey is available until the end of April 2014.

ClinicalKey includes more than 1,100 books and 500 journals in 52 specialties, thousands of videos and images, access to Australian Medicines Handbook and links to FirstConsult, ProceduresConsult, guidelines and patient education materials.

If you’d like to see how ClinicalKey works, view the video The Orthopedic Search Story, or check the ClinicalKey YouTube Channel.

ClinicalKey will replace MDConsult at the end of 2014. 

First time access will require acceptance of the security options.

 Please send all feedback regarding trials to Debbie Booth.

 

New titles received - Pharmacy

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Finding Background Information

Reference books, such as dictionaries, encyclopaedias and handbooks are a useful starting point when beginning your research. Dictionaries provide definitions, and help you to understand the terminology. Encyclopaedias provide a general overview of a topic, and may also provide a list of books and journal articles for further reading.

 

Reference books can be located via a subject search in NEWCAT. For example, ''pharmaceutical chemistry dictionaries', 'drugs prescribing handbooks'.

Listed below are some of the major reference works for pharmacy available online:

 

 

Search NewCat+

Use NewCat+ to search for books, ebooks, Course Reserves reading lists, journal articles and much more.

 

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