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Pharmacy Program: Guide Home

Resources for students in the School of Pharmacy

Library resources for the Doctor of Pharmacy program.  Resources include full text databases, drug resources, ebooks, electronic journals, and recommended websites.

Library Resources

Free Drug Resources

Pharmacy Ebook Collections

Ebooks

Additional Ebook Collections

APA Style: ​Check out the library's APA Style Guide.

AMA Style: ​Need help with AMA style?  See the library's AMA Style Guide.

Apps

Micromedex apps are a free download but require a password for content access.  To retrieve the password for each of these apps, go to the Micromedex homepage and click "Download Mobile Apps" at the bottom. On the following page, open the "Micromedex Native Mobile Apps" collapsible menu. The current Micromedex apps available are:

Micromedex Drug Reference
Micromedex Drug Interactions
Micromedex IV Compatibility
Micromedex NeoFax
Micromedex Pediatrics

Register for a Login ID to use the Natural Medicines app and to accrue CE/CME credits. On the Natural Medicines homepage, click the "Get Your Login ID" button at the top of the screen to register. 

Sign up for the Sanford Guide App: Create a free account to access the Sanford Guide Collection on a mobile device. Please note that you may be required to be on campus to register

Renew Sanford Guide App Access

To use the UpToDate app, you must register for an UpToDate account using the link below. Please note, you must be on campus to register for an account

Maintain app access: You must login to UpToDate using the link below every 90 days while on campus to re-verify your account and maintain app access. Your app access will expire if you do not re-verify your account on campus.

Pharmacy Ebook Collections

AccessPharmacy

AccessPharmacy from McGraw-Hill Medical is designed to meet the changing demands of pharmacy education and practice today. Updated regularly and optimized for viewing on any device, this comprehensive, content-rich online pharmacy resource allows users to explore leading pharmacy references, search curriculum topics, research drugs and supplements.

PharmacyLibrary

PharmacyLibrary is the best of pharmacy in one collection. PharmacyLibrary features APhA's authoritative textbooks, PharmacotherapyFirst, an interactive NAPLEX® review, more than 250 Active Learning Exercises easily adaptable for a variety of educational settings, case studies, and information from a variety of news sources.

ASHP Ebook Collection

ASHP's eBooks are fully searchable and can be viewed on any computer or mobile device. New titles are added on a regular basis and automatically become part of the full collection. Titles include Get the Residency, Maximize Your Rotations, and ASHP Best Practices.

AACP Recommended Websites

Library Orientation

This orientation module is focused on Pharmacy resources.  For a general library orientation, please choose one of the location-based orientations on the library's Orientations page. 

Text: 865-217-7631

Email: scref@south.edu

Help with an Access Issue

Pharmacist's Letter

Pharmacist's Letter access is provided through the School of Pharmacy for faculty and students. Please contact Stephen Smith (ssmith4@south.edu) for more information.

Subject Librarian

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Jon Hudson
Contact:
Parkside Library
400 Goody's Ln.
Knoxville, TN 37922
jhudson1@south.edu
865-288-5755
Skype Contact: jhudson1@south.edu

Subject Librarian

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Anya McKinney
Contact:
3904 Lonas Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37909
865-251-1832