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All Things Pharmacology: Electronic Resources

Find Pharmacology resources all in one place.

Clinical Pharmacology

Clinical Pharmacology is a comprehensive drug database that has U.S. prescription drugs, hard-to-find herbal and nutritional supplements, over-the-counter products, and new and investigational drugs.

Natural Medicines - Food, Herbs and Supplements

Natural Medicines is an international research collaboration that aggregates and synthesizes data on complementary and alternative therapies. It provides clinical decision support for dietary supplements, herbs, vitamins, minerals, non-prescription drugs, functional foods, diets, complementary practices (modalities), exercises, and medical conditions with an integrative approach to healthcare.

Lexicomp (through UpToDate)

UpToDate has partnered with Lexicomp to include a select drug and drug interaction database – an excellent point-of-care resource.

This integration with Lexicomp's database gives access to more than 6,300 drug monographs through UpToDate; each provides dosage information for adult, pediatric and geriatric patients as well as a separate drug interactions program (Lexi-Interact) that provides more in-depth analysis of drug-drug, herb-drug and herb-herb interactions.

MedlinePlus: Drugs, Herbs and Supplements

In MedlinePlus's section on Drugs, Herbs and Supplements you can learn about prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines.


  • side effects
  • dosage
  • special precautions
  • and more

‚ÄčYou can browse dietary supplements and herbal remedies to learn about their effectiveness, dosage, and drug interactions.

All medication information is from AHFS® Consumer Medication Information, copyrighted by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), Inc.

Drug Industry Documents

Opioid Industry Documents Archive

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and Johns Hopkins University launched the Opioid Industry Documents Archive, a digital repository of publicly disclosed documents from recent judgments, settlements, and ongoing lawsuits concerning the opioid crisis. The documents come from government litigation against pharmaceutical companies, including opioid manufacturers and distributors related to their contributions to the deadly epidemic, as well as litigation taking place in federal court on behalf of thousands of cities and counties in the United States. The documents in the archive include emails, memos, presentations, sales reports, budgets, audit reports, Drug Enforcement Administration briefings, meeting agendas and minutes, expert witness reports, and depositions of drug company executives.