Answered By: David Nolfi
Last Updated: Oct 09, 2020     Views: 13

Effective July 1, 2020, Gumberg Library removed Clinical Pharmacology from its website. Although the library made Clinical Pharmacology available off-campus to registered Duquesne students and faculty, the School of Pharmacy paid the subscription fees. 

The school canceled the subscription in order to help purchase AccessPharmacy, which is a collection of pharmacy textbooks, videos, cases, and board review resources used by School of Pharmacy students and faculty. Subscribing to AccessPharmacy saves students money because it includes required textbooks and other resources that students will no longer need to purchase.

Gumberg Library continues to provide access to the highly regarded Micromedex and Lexicomp drug information resources for currently registered Duquesne students and faculty. Additionally, Lexicomp drug information is integrated into UpToDate, which is available by logging in with MultiPass and creating a free UpToDate account.

For additional resources see Gumberg's Drug Information Resources guide or Ask Gumberg.

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