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Pharmacy: Books

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Dictionaries & Handbooks

New Zealand Pharmaceutical Schedule

The New Zealand Pharmaceutical Schedule (the "Schedule") is a list of the approximately 2000 prescription medicines and therapeutic products subsidised by the Government. The Schedule is published three times a year and updated monthly.

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Use Library Search | Ketu on the library homepage to search for books in all formats.

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E-Books

The Library's collection of e-books is growing all the time.

Benefits of e-books include:

  • Instant/anytime access
  • They can be downloaded (for a specified period of time) or read online
  • The entire text is serachable and 'sticky notes' can be added
  • A percentage of the publication can be printed/saved
  • The e-book URL is permanent so you go back to a publication instantly

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Is the book you want not available at Otago?

Use the Interloan Service. We'll find another library that has it and borrow it for you - just fill out the Interloan Service request form.

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ULANZ - Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement

University Libraries of Australia and New Zealand (ULANZ) is a borrowing scheme that allows staff and students of Australian and New Zealand universities* to borrow in person from any other participating university library.

ULANZ allows borrowing in person by registered users. 

*EXCEPT for The University of Auckland.

Springer Reference Collection

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SpringerReference delivers access to all the Live Springer Reference Works, continuously updated by a dynamic new publishing process and covering all areas of STM research. You will have access to more than 190 peer-reviewed titles (including those that are currently in production) that remain leading edge and comprehensive.