Article Searching & Databases by Title or Subject
AccessPharmacy provides unique benefits that deliver indispensable support in pharmacy education and actual practice – through these exclusive interactive features: Leading pharmacy textbooks, Quick Reference, Extensive multimedia library, Drug therapy cases, Extensive self-assessment, Topics in Evidence-Based Pharmacy Practice and Integrated drug database.
Chemical database is a dictionary of over 400,000 chemicals (names, synonyms, and structures).
Access up-to-date, concise and clinically-relevant drug information
Contains drug listings submitted to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Embase is a highly versatile, multipurpose and up-to-date biomedical database. It covers the most important international biomedical literature from 1947 to the present day and all articles are indexed in depth.
Full text access to Drug Facts and Comparisons, Drug Interaction Facts, and Review of Natural Products
Drug therapy and pharmaceutical abstracts
Portal to Lippincott Williams & Wilkins pharmaceutical and foundational clinical science content (books and multimedia) for pharmacy educators and students.
Full-text drug information databases; includes Martindale
Formerly Natural Standard and Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database.
Evidence-based information for complementary/alternative medicine
PharmacyLibrary features content from APhA's authoritative textbooks. Click on [More Info] for faculty logins and subscription details.
Comprehensive Toxicology Information
Access to MEDLINE for LLU&MC users. Also includes the subject areas of nursing, dentistry, bioethics, complementary medicine and history of medicine.
Online books in Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health
RxNav is a browser for several drug information sources, including RxNorm, RxTerms and MED-RT. RxNav finds drugs in RxNorm from the names and codes in its constituent vocabularies.
Full text access to selected science, technology and medicine journals & books
Online textbooks, drug references, medical dictionaries, and medical reference sources.