Fact and Clinical Tools

Lexi-Comp – Point of care source for pharmacology and clinical information. Clinical applications include drug interactions, tablet and capsule identification, medical calculations and patient advisory leaflets. Pharmacy students should contact Dr. Kathryn Neill in the Dean’s office of the College of Pharmacy for authorization codes to the mobile device app. See Lexi-Comp tutorial.

Clin-eguide – Point-of-care tool that provides one-click access to important clinical resources recommended by physicians for physicians. Coverage in the areas of Clinical, Drug, EBM, and Guideline. Formerly known as ClinicalResource@Ovid.

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database – **Will be discontinued 2015 after merging into Natural Standard. Evidence-based, evidence-rated information on herbal and dietary supplements. Includes natural product/drug interaction checker.

Natural Medicines (previously named Natural Standard) – Evidence-based information about complementary and alternative medicine including dietary supplements and integrative therapies.

AccessPharmacy – Online curricular resource designed to meet the changing demands of pharmacy education. Allows students to select a core curriculum topic, browse by organ system, review textbooks, or search across leading pharmacy online references.

DynaMed – [NOTE: The UAMS Library and statewide subscription to this resource will end July 30, 2015. UAMS Affiliates may consider using the UpToDate evidence-based clinical decision support resource as an alternative.] Evidence-based clinical point of care tool with over 3,400 topic summaries. Available via web browser and on mobile devices. Installation instructions for UAMS faculty, staff, and students are here. Arkansas health professionals request mobile device access by contacting their local Regional Center library.

NLM Drug Information Portal – Resources from government agencies searachble by various criteria such as audience, topics, drug names, news & more.

More databases and tools covering many subjects are on our eResources page listed alphabetically. You can use a browser Find option (Ctrl-f) to look for a subject keyword.