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Pharmacy Guide: Getting Started

Find targeted resources for research and referencing

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Your librarians

Use these databases to search for scholarly journal articles and drug information

There are some really good databases available for finding information in Pharmacy.  We would recommend getting started with the following (make sure you check out the Key Resources for a larger range):

Please see below for video tutorials on how to search Medline, CINAHL, Scopus and Informit, as well as a video lecture on the Basics of Searching.

Video Tutorials for Finding Articles

 

The following video of a Sample PsycINFO Search on ProQuest shows how to combine keyword searches with the Thesaurus to conduct a search. Note the look and feel of the database may be different but the functionality is the same.

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