Internet Resources on Pharmacy
PharmWeb contains substantial information on pharmacy-related resources. These include job listings, conferences and meetings, real-time discussion forum, related discussion groups and mailing lists, newsgroups, information on the use of drugs and medicines, directories of people in the health professions, world-wide pharmacy schools, companies, pharmacies, hospitals, international government and regulatory bodies, pharmaceutical and health-related societies. This site is created and directed by Antony D'Emanuele and it is the result of the support of major pharmaceutical and health-related organisations.
Pharmacy related Academic Institutions on the Internet is subdivided by countries and is maintained by the Department of Pharmacy, University of Manchester.
Pharmacy related Government and Regulatory Bodies is subdivided by countries and contains links to the various agencies. Maintained by the Department of Pharmacy, University of Manchester.
PharmWeb Yellow Pages enables you to search for addresses and home pages of companies, pharmacies, hospitals, etc. on the Internet. This database is maintained by the Department of Pharmacy, University of Manchester.
PharmWeb Directory is a searchable biographical database of people working in pharmacy and related areas maintained by the Department of Pharmacy, University of Manchester.
International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) diary/calendar.
Pharmacy-related Conferences, Workshop, Meetings is maintained by David Bourne. The conferences are listed by month and contact information for each conference is provided.
by Center for Drug Evaluation
and Research, U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A catalog of FDA
approved drug products. Includes approved and tentatively approved
prescription, over-the-counter, and discontinued drugs, as well as drug
approval letters, labels, and review packages. Search by Drug Name or Active
Ingredient, as well as application number (NDA, ANDA, BLA) and action dates
of application approvals and supplements
Glossary of technical and popular medical terms in eight European languages gives a multilingual glossary of technical and medical terms. It is maintained by Heymans Institute of Pharmacology and Mercator School, Dept of Applied Linguistics.
Problem Sets is maintained by David H. Farb, Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Boston University School of Medicine. This is a multimedia tutorial with text and images. These programs are not intended to provide comprehensive reviews of the topics covered, nor is it intended that your use of the programs will be an alternative to your use of your textbook, lecture notes, hand-outs, etc. for study. Rather, the programs are supplements to other methods of study.
Government AgenciesU.S. Food and Drug Administration is an electronic source of information by FDA, a government consumer protection agency in the United States. Includes the fulltext of FDA Consumer Magazine, press releases and backgrounders. Also lists FDA approved drugs.
U.S. National Institutes of Health home page includes news & events, health information and scientific resources of the NIH.
Virtual Library : Pharmacy is maintained by D. Bourne, University of Oklahoma. It includes pharmacy web sites world-wide, pharmacy related databases, listserves, mailing lists, newsgroups, hospital directories, etc.
The Virtual-Pharmacy Center is maintained by Martindale's Health Science Guide and gives a comprehensive listing of various pharmacy related sites.
Yahoo : Health, Pharmacy lists sites on pharmacy-related conferences, institutions, drugs, employment, journals, organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and pharmacies.
You can also explore other sources of information by using keywords on Internet Search from Netscape.