Welcome to the Clinical Pharmacy LibGuide
Use this Subject LibGuide to help you make the most of the library and information resources and services.
There are a wide range of online resources that will help you trace books, journal articles and much more, to support your study and research. Key resources are highlighted in the adjacent tabs.
Explore the how to find resources guide as a starting point.
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BNF Publications reflect current best practice as well as legal and professional guidelines relating to the uses of medicines. Content includes:
You can use the following catalogues to search for material held at other libraries:
The European Library - gives access to the collections of the 48 National Libraries of Europe and leading European Research Libraries.
It is important to plan your search strategy, and manage your search results so that you get the most from your online searching.
Keep a record of all the material you need to cite in your assignments, papers, projects etc.
Use the Search Techniques and Referencing guidance to assist you.
Use the Search Techniques LibGuides for lots of hints and tips on successful online searching
Defining a clinical question in terms of the specific patient problem aids the searcher in finding clinically relevant evidence in the literature. The PICO Model is a format to help define your question.You may be asked to use this approach for clinical queries.
Find out more on the PICO LibGuide.
For some of the databases you search you may need to understand what MeSH terms are. This guide provides an introduction to medicine subject headings and how they are used in medical databases.
If you would like to search smarter, try this health literature search strategy builder.
It's takes you through the process step by step and is a good place to start if you are new to searching or need a refresher!
You may like to take a look at:
Find out more about the skills support available to help you develop a range of academic skills including essay writing, referencing, critical reading and getting the most out of lectures.
The Library has access to a wide range of journals.
Here are some key journals:
Below are a few from the wider Pharmaceutical field.
If you are looking for a specific journal you can use Library Search to see if we have access to it.
There are a range of clinical skills videos and online learning material available to you. These can be accessed here. You will need to login in using your Exeter IT username and password to access these resources.
There are also free online training materials such as Practical Clinical Skills. This offers Simulation-based lessons cover heart sounds, murmurs, lung sounds, carotid bruit, blood pressure measurement and EKG training.
If you are looking for health statistics take a look at the guide to UK Health and Health care statistics.
The UN Global Issues Website offers in depth analysis of a variety of topics including ageing and health issues.
BMJ Best Practice is a clinical point of care tool designed to support you to use evidence effectively in practice. You can look up evidence-based summaries of conditions, treatment pathways and patient information. This resource relies on stonger evidence, saving you the time of searching multiple sources for the best evidence.
Sage have produced a comprehensive LibGuide to help you get the best from the resource.
The ability to critical appraise the resources you use as part of your studies ia a key skill for health professionals.
Find out more on the Critical Appraisal LibGuide.
To access Anatomy resources, go to the A-Z Database listing.
You can search for the resources below by title or by selecting Anatomy as the subject type.
You can access:
Reflective practice is increasingly being considered as a critical dimension of professional development for health professionals.
Find out more on the Reflective Practice for Health Professionals LibGuide.