The Library has a large collection of electronic journals on pharmacy and pharmacology.
Some of our most popular pharmacy journals are:
You can access eJournals at work or at home with an OpenAthens account.
You can search for more pharmacy journals on the Journals A-Z search page. Login with your OpenAthens account to see our full journal holdings.
Pharmacy Resources for all Trust Staff
The definitive online resource for drug and healthcare information, bringing together the world’s leading resources to provide healthcare professionals with expert and unbiased knowledge to make the best clinical decisions on the use and administration of drugs and medicines. When working from a Trust PC you will not need a username and password; when working from a non-trust PC you will need an OpenAthens account.
Access the following pharmacy resources via Medicines Complete:
The authority on the selection and use of medicines. The BNF is organised for quick reference and provides information for healthcare professionals on safe and effective use of medicines, and the management of common conditions.
Guidance on the actions and uses of drugs prescribed in the UK for children.
Information and background on conventional and complementary drugs and associated compounds, international proprietary names, and disease treatments. When working from a Trust PC you will not need a username and password; when working from a non-trust PC you will need an OpenAthens account.
Provides information on the administration of drugs via enteral feeding tubes.
The world’s most comprehensive and authoritative reference on drug interactions, providing concise, accurate, and clinically relevant evidence-based information, covering therapeutic drugs, proprietary medicines, herbal medicines, foodstuffs, drinks, pesticides, and drugs of abuse.
Pharmacy Resources for Pharmacy Staff
The following resources are password protected and for Pharmacy staff only:
Provides guidance on the preparation and administration of injectable medicines in adult and paediatric clinical areas. Please contact your ward/directorate pharmacist if you require the password for this resource.
This essential resource provides pharmacists with timely, trusted and easily-accessible information to support prescribing decisions for patients with renal impairment including renal replacement therapy.