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Access App (McGraw Hill)

The Access app from McGraw Hill allows students to access information from AccessPharmacy. 

Students must first have created a free Access Profile account for AccessPharmacy. To do this, go to the database listing for AccessPharmacy on the libraries' website and follow the instructions. If you are OFF campus, connect to the University's VPN before accessing AccessPharmacy and creating an account. 

After creating an Access Profile account, download the Access app (McGraw Hill) from the App Store for iOS or from Google Play for Android. 

Login to the app with the same username and password that you created for the Access Profile account. 

Access authentication for the app expires after 90 days. Connect to the University's network (on campus, use utexas wifi) or off campus, try connecting to the University's VPN. 

Email Health Sciences librarian, Lynn Bostwick, if you have any issues with accessing the Access app. 

Accessing PharmacyLibrary

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 Lynn Bostwick, Health Sciences Librarian. Include screenshots of any access messages you get.

Accessing StatPearls formerly BoardVitals

StatPearls has question banks for NAPLEX, NCLEX RN, and USMLE tests.

Access StatPearls through the library and watch the video or follow the written directions to learn how to register. You must register to access this resource using one of the following institution email accounts:,,,

UT Virtual Private Network

Connecting to the UT Virtual Private Network (VPN) while doing your research off campus provides a secure connection to the campus network, and makes accessing library resources significantly easier.

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