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Cool Tool! READbyQxMD

Recommended by a Pharmacy faculty member, this free app helps you keep up with the latest articles.

NEW! Epistemonikos

  • "Epistemonikos is designed to allow researchers to search evidence-based medical literature using a structured patient or problem, intervention, comparison, outcome (PICO) question to facilitate clinical decision making. ... This resource was built to be a repository of all existing evidence related to a health question, allowing users to search for systematic reviews and related material, including but not limited to primary studies included in systematic reviews, overviews of reviews, evidence-based policy briefs and guidelines based on reviews, and structured summaries of evidence presented in reviews." (SOURCE:
  • Databases regularly searched by Epistemonikos: Cochrane, PubMed, EMBASE, CINAHL, PsycINFO, LILACS (Literatura Latinoamericana y del Caribe en Ciencias de la Salud), Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE), Campbell Collaboration, JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, EPPI-Centre Evidence Library

NEW! Pharmacology World

Pharmacology World, a collection of teaching videos, is a new resource included in the STAT!Ref database.

Pharmacology World was developed by Dr. Michael Lee, founding Associate Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Texas Austin’s Dell Medical School. 

HOW TO: Accessing BoardVitals

HOW TO: Accessing PharmacyLibrary

Several users have reported not being able to access the NAPLEX and/or Active Learning Exercise portions of PharmacyLibrary. We apologize for the inconvenience.

If you are a faculty member trying to access the Instructor-Only pages of the Active Learning Exercises, you must create a PharmacyLibrary personal account, and request faculty access from APhA ( APhA will manually enable access to these pages.  They will also grant access to case study answer keys, PharmacotherapyFirst faculty materials, and more.

If you are a student trying to access the NAPLEX review, there is a two-step authentication process--first through the UT Libraries and then by signing into your personal account.

To access PharmacyLibrary, please always try these steps:

  1. Always access PharmacyLibrary from this link:
  2. Sign into your personal account. If you don’t have one, register and create one. You don’t have to be a member of APhA to do so.

If you continue to experience access issues, please email Include screenshots of any access messages you get.

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