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Mobile Resources Access
The following chart outlines access to the mobile pharmacy resources for students, faculty, and preceptors:
Databases for smartphones
Micromedex Drug Reference, Drug Interactions, and IV Compatibility
Log in to Micromedex on a computer or mobile device. Click on the "Download Mobile Apps" button in the bottom right. Follow the steps to set up one or more of the Micromedex apps on your mobile device.
Clinical Pharmacology Mobile
CP Mobile requires registration. Contact Jenn Brosek
for an access code.
Pharmacist's Letter Mobile Information Page
Access Pharmacist's Letter on your mobile phone and you will automatically be directed to a mobile-friendly version of the resource. Apps for iPhone and Android are also available to download.
A basic version of PubMed. Allows you to perform simple searches.
Note:This version of PubMed will not allow you to access journal articles that the library has access to. For this, you must use the main PubMed link on the library's website.
PubMed4Hh is the app version of PubMed Mobile. The app allows you to easily do a PICO search, search MEDLINE/PubMed, search Clinical Queries, and browse journals. Available for both Apple and Android devices - search for PubMed4Hh and look for this icon.
Keep in mind that the app will not show the library's full text links, so you may need to use the library's journal search to find the full text.
Mobile version of the website that provides information about most of the drug products approved since 1939.
Mobile Consumer Health Resources
MedlinePlus Mobile Website
Includes a subset of content from the full Web site. Has summaries of 800 diseases, conditions, and wellness topics as well as the latest health news, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, and information on prescription and over-the-counter medications.