Access Pharmacy FAQ

What is Access Pharmacy?

This multi-media database includes several online textbooks, which can be searched or browsed by curricular topic or organ system. Drug monographs treat names, generics, classes, and patient information. Case studies, lab tests, calculators, videos, and effectiveness statements are also available.

How do I access Access Pharmacy?

Access Pharmacy ebooks are found in Regis University Library's online catalog, Lumen, or via the the Access Pharmacy link in the A-Z Database List. Access Pharmacy allows unlimited concurrent users of its titles.

May I print or download Access Pharmacy ebooks?

Printing is available for one "section" at a time.

Sections can be emailed, or downloaded to any mobile device that reads HTML.

 Is there a way to keep track of images I use frequently?

Opening a personal Access Pharmacy Account allows users to save images through the Add to 'My Saved Images' link by each image or figure.  Look for the My Access Pharmacy link to set up your own account. 

Does Access Pharmacy have a citation tool?

Yes. When viewing a textbook, look for the How to Cite This Chapter link. Access Pharmacy provides citations in AMA and APA style. Be aware that these are computer-generated citations, and may have errors. 

Is Access Pharmacy available via my cell phone or tablet?

Yes. Set up an individual My Access Pharmacy account to view the mobile site. 

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