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Welcome to the Pharmacy Research Guide
Welcome to the College of Pharmacy Research Guide at TUC! This guide will help you find a book, locate a journal or article, identify a database, and find resources for exam review. Please take some time and browse through the tabs and let us know what you think! This is not supposed to be a static webpage and we would love your feedback!
ACCESSING THE LIBRARY REMOTELY
The Library will be providing services remotely. You will still be able to access ebooks, ejournals, articles, and databases from home. Please login with your TouroOne login when prompted. If you have any access issues, please contact the Library via email. A few important details while the campus is in remote work mode:
- All eResources should be functioning and accessible with your TouroOne login (or OpenAthens username and password if an adjunct, student on leave of absence, or emeritus faculty). Contact Amy Castro if you do not know how to login.
- The physical Library is closed, but librarians are available 8am to 8pm Monday - Thursday and 8am to 3pm on Friday.
- Interlibrary loan for article requests is functioning normally. Please submit your article requests on Clio, the Library's interlibrary loan service. Link to Clio: https://touro.cliohosting.com/
- Reference/research assistance is still available. Please contact one of your COP subject specialists, Amy Castro or Julie Horwath, via email if you need assistance.
- Print materials are available for curbside pickup and books by mail. Materials in the general collection (TUC Library, TUC Leisure, and TUC Juvenile) are available for 6 week checkout. Print materials in the reserve collection (TUC Reserve) are available for 2-7 day checkout with curbside pickup only.
Pharmacy Resource of the Month
This resource provides access to over 50 videos covering the key concepts of pharmacology and all major drug classes. These videos are succinct and short, so you will be able to focus on the exact topics you need to cover. Developed by Dr. Michael W. Lee, who has been teaching pharmacology to hundreds of students for many years, his experience as an instructor has provided him with insight on the topics with which students have the most troubles. The videos provide simple, well-organized instruction on the most consistently problematic concepts in the field of pharmacology.
Pharmacy Book of the Month