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Resources for Pharmacists: Using PubMed & MyNCBI

Free and open resources for pharmacist and their patients

What is the National Library of Medicine?

Although to many people, the U.S.National Library of Medicine is synonymous with PubMed, it is much more. It is part of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland and is the world's most comprehensive medical library. With partner organizations it maintains multiple databases including, but not limited to: 

My NCBI

Saving Searches (My NCBI)  

Collections and Bibliographies (My NCBI)

Preferences and Filters (My NCBI)

Subject Guide

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