This Guide brings together important research resources for Pharmaceutical Sciences. These include article databases & journals, major reference works, and other key sources.
Different types of resources are available via the navigation bar, above.
For help with finding pharmaceutical science research materials, please contact the Subject Librarian for Pharmaceutical Science.
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The BP is a vital online reference tool for all individuals and organisations involved in pharmaceutical research, development, manufacture, quality control and analysis. Content from BP 2014- is included.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry provides a wide-ranging overview of organic chemistry as applied to the study and practice of pharmacy. Drugs are simply chemicals, so to fully understand their manufacture, formulation, and the way they work in our bodies, a knowledge of organic compounds and their reactions is essential.
The LWW Health Library platform provides authoritative texts, multimedia resources, and teaching & learning tools for medical education and the health professions.
You have access to texts, cases, self-assessment tools, procedure videos and audio files covering 12 specialist subject collections: Advanced Practice Nursing, Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Exercise Science, Medical Education, Occupational Therapy, Oncology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Speech Language Hearing, and Surgery.
All collections can be searched through a single search box, or each collection can be searched individually.
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