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Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in pharmacy.
Last Updated: Dec 19, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/pharmacy Print Guide RSS Updates

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College of Pharmacy Faculty Research Profiles

Michigan Experts is an expertise portal that promotes interdisciplinary clinical & translational research.

Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID)

ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-based effort to create & maintain a registry of unique research identifiers.  Using a transparent method of linking research activities & outputs to these identifiers, that supports automated linkages between you & your professional activities helps ensure that your work is recognized.

 

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Welcome to the research guide for the College of Pharmacy. Tabs on the top of this page comprise the best sources for finding journal articles, drug information, & point of care resources.

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  • Help with your literature searches
  • Provide one-on-one advice about your research topic
  • Teach you advanced techniques for database searching
  • Assist you to set up auto alerts for selected search strategies & TOC updates
  • Orient you to the array of library resources available through UM
  • Teach you about citation management tools, such as EndNote or Refworks, that can save you time when collecting citations & formatting your citations & bibliographies

Featured Resource

AHRQ Releases Improved Medication Instructions

Explicit, standardized instructions that improve patients’ understanding, and possibly reduce errors while improving adherence, are now available from the AHRQ Pharmacy Health Literacy Center. These tested instructions for pills follow the Universal Medication Schedule (UMS), which simplifies complex medicine regimens by using standard time periods for administration (morning, noon, evening, and bedtime). The instructions have also been translated into Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

Featured Article

Tracking the Pipeline of Antibiotics in Development

from the Pew Charitable Trusts

To shed light on the antibiotic pipeline, evaluate public policies, and monitor the potential impact on public health, Pew has assessed antibiotics currently in clinical development. The list, which will be updated regularly, identifies each drug, its manufacturer, its potential targets, and where it is in the development process.

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