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After Graduation you will not be able to access the library's resources. This page contains links to some free alternatives. Our licenses or contracts state that our electronic resources can only be used by current students, staff and faculty for educational purposes.
Free Resources & Databases
Free Databases & Websites
This document contains a list of free databases and websites including some that contain free full text journal articles. Check drug information sites for authority and sources.
Free resources list created by pharmacy librarians.
Official labelling/inserts for prescription drugs. It is not all inclusive.
Dietary Supplements' Labels
Label ingredients for more than 6000 dietary supplements.
You must register, but have a listing for pharmacists. Includes a drug database, selected free full text articles, & drug interaction checker.
Based on information from the FDA, RXNorm and official drug labels this source from the National Library of Medicine can be used to search for unknown pills ( solid oral dosage forms) based on their physical appearance. It includes images of most drugs.
Database for biomedical research
Consumer health information including drug and herbal product information
Free Book & Journal Sources
More are listed in the document under Free Resources and Databases.
Mobile & Tablets
FDA drug shortages
This page has links to the stores to get the apps for both Androids and iDevices.
Free app that includes free drug information, guidelines, calculators and news.
Drug Information Beyond UF: Video of Spring 2015 session ( 1 Hour)
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