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Pharmacy & Health Science: Top Drugs

Contains links to key databases, journals and web sites related to study and research in the field of Pharmacy.

Top Drugs

This page has different resources you can use to study your Top 200-300 and other top drugs as you progress through the Pharm D curriculum.  Note that between the resources listed in the boxes below, there may be small differences in regards to what information is listed.  This is because each resource obtains its information from different sources. 

Top 200 Drugs

      Select the link "Reference Library" > then the link to the title "PharmacotherapyFirst Drug Information"
      This resource has basic drug information in the form of a flashcard.  This resource is also integrated with the blue tab at the top called "PharmacotherapyFirst: A Multimedia Learning Resource."

Top 300 Drugs

      Top 300 Drugs Flashcards are just electronic flashcards that you can use to study.
      Go to link at the top called "Study Tools" > then select the link "Top 300 Drugs Flashcards"  (You will need to create a free "MyAccess" account to keep track of questions you got right or wrong.) 

      Top 300 Prescription Drug Challenge is a set of quizzes that you can take with Tiers 1-3 corresponding with a year in the curriculum and an increasing level of difficulty.

  • So for example, Tier 1=Year 2; Tier 2=Year 3; Tier 3=Year 4.

      Go to link at the top called "Study Tools" > then select the link "Top 300 Prescription Drug Challenge" (You will need to create a free "MyAccess" account to keep track of questions you got right or wrong.) 

 

 

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