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Drug Information Resources: Jacksonville Campus

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General Library Services

Borrowing Library Materials: Students may borrow up to 20 items at any single time with the following stipulations:

  • Books: 2 week check-out, 2 renewals
  • CDs: 2 week check-out, no renewals (no more than 3 at a time)
  • MedStudy DVDs: 3 day check-out, 1 renewal (no more than 3 at a time)


*To maximize availability, print journals and reference books do not circulate.

Computer Use: Computers are available in the library for your use. A GatorLink account is required for login. Computers are equipped with Office 2007, Media Player and Acrobat Reader.

Interlibrary Loan and Request-A-Copy: The library makes every attempt to locate and borrow materials for study, research, or teaching. The purpose of Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is to obtain, upon request by the patron, materials not available in the user’s local [i.e. Borland] library.The normal turnaround time for interlibrary loans is 2-5 work days.

Request-A-Copy is a photocopy service of Borland Library material for affiliates who, due to time constraints, are not able to photocopy material themselves.

To submit a request for either service, please fill out the Interlibrary Loan and Request-A-Copy form.

Photocopying: Self-service photocopiers are available in the library. Copies cost $.13 per page. Photocopy cards may be purchased from a vending machine next to the photocopiers. There is a one-time cost of $.35 for each card. Card holders can add value to the card at the vending machine. The vending maching will accept $1, $5, $10 and $20 bills. Some departments have photocopy cards available to their staff. However, these cards are kept in the departments, not in the library.

Reference Services: Library staff can support your clinical and research needs by helping to locate factual information related to disease, therapy or procedures. Look for the ask a reference question form under Services and Forms. Usual turnaround time for reference questions is 1-2 business days.

Book Shelf Browsing Guide


QV 1-55 - Reference Works. General Works

QV 60-75 - Dermatologic Agents. Gastrointestinal Agents

QV 76-115 - Central Nervous System Agents. Local Anesthetics

QV 120-140 - Autonomic Agents. Nonmetallic Elements. Neuromuscular Agents

QV 150-160 - Cardiovascular Agents. Renal Agents

QV 170-177 - Reproductive Control Agents

QV 180-195 - Hematologic Agents

QV 220-243 - Local Anti-Infective Agents. Dyes. Tars

QV 247-269 - Anti-Inflammatory Agents. Anti-Infective Agents

QV 270-285 - Water. Electrolytes

QV 290-318 - Heavy Metals. Gases

QV 350-370 - Anti-Bacterial Agents. Tissue Extracts

QV 600-667 - Toxicology

QV 600-607 - General Toxicology

QV 610-618 - Inorganic Poisons

QV 627-633 - Organic Poisons

QV 662-667 - Gas Poisons. Chemical Agents

QV 701-835 - Pharmacy and Pharmaceutics

QV 701-737 - General Pharmacy and Pharmaceutics

QV 738-772 - Drug Standardization. Pharmacognosy. Medicinal Plants

QV 773-835 - Pharmaceutical Processes. Packaging. Labeling

WB 330 - Drug Therapy

WB 340-354 - Drug Administration

WB 342 - Inhalation, intranasal

WB 344 - Rectal

WB 350 - Oral

WB 354 - Injections & Infusions

WB 925 - Herbal Medicine (Phytotherapy)

Subject Guide

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Lauren Adkins
Health Science Center Libraries
PO Box 100206
Gainesville, FL
Subjects: Medicine, Pharmacy
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