Library Grand Rounds [Archives]
Drug Information Resources for Clinicians
March 25, 1999
The March Library Grand Rounds focused on authoritative sources
of drug information for clinicians.
David Nierenberg, M.D., Edward Tulloh Krumm Professor of
Medicine and Pharmacology/Toxicology, Chairman of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics
Committee, and Chief of the Division of Clinical Pharmacology, presented
Clinical Pharmacology Online. Librarians from Dartmouth's Biomedical
Libraries demonstrated additional drug information resources.
Clinical Pharmacology Online provides timely, concise drug
information for medical professionals, with "full" monographs describing the
most common and classic medications in clinical practice as well as "mini" monographs including investigational, less common, combination, nutraceutical
and nutritional products. Clinical Pharmacology Online is sponsored by the
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center's Department of Clinical Computing and the
Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. It is licensed for DHMC, The
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic, The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Alliance, and Dartmouth
Medical School faculty and students.
To connect to CPO and other resources, see:
Information: Web Resources for Clinicians
Videotapes of this presentation are available in the Biomedical Libraries.
Library Grand Rounds are a forum for presenting information resources and tools of interest to Dartmouth clinicians. Please contact us email@example.com, if you have questions, comments, or suggestions for future Library Grand Rounds.