MIMS Online is the web version of MIMS, Australia's most comprehensive and authoritative medicines database. MIMS Online offers convenient access to essential information on over 4,500 prescription and non-prescription drugs.
The AMH is a readily accessible, concise, up-to-date source of independent drug information to facilitate effective, rational, safe and economical prescribing and dispensing; also, to provide an educational tool for practitioners and students.
The AMH Aged Care Companion is a trusted, practical reference for practitioners such as doctors, nurses and pharmacists who work with older people. It brings you the latest evidence-based, peer reviewed information available and is especially useful when conducting Medication Reviews. It covers the management of more than 70 conditions common in older people (including dementia and management of behavioural symptoms, cardiovascular diseases, fall prevention, osteoporosis, palliative care issues, COPD, insomnia and depression) as well as some broader concepts.
The Children's Dosing Companion provides detailed dosing information for individual drugs, with dosages arranged by indications and/or age groupings from infants to 18 years, as well as other specific information relating to each drug’s paediatric use.
Catalyst and AusDI Advanced have merged to create the new AusDI. AusDI combines the advanced search technologies of Catalyst with the independent content of AusDI Advanced. It includes a new Interactions and Safety module. AusDI now delivers rapid access to Australia's most comprehensive and up-to-date database of independent drug monographs, pharmaceutical company product information (PI), consumer medicine information (CMI) documents, product summaries, drug product images and Interactions and Safety monographs, in one single resource. It contains over 80,000 pages of medicines information, covering over 5,000 products including prescription medicines, hospital use, over-the-counter (OTC) products including many complementary medicines, devices, diagnostic agents and dressings.
MOBILE ACCESS: To access AusDI you must first connect to the Griffith network to Register.
"The Australian edition of ClinicalKey is a dynamic clinical resource designed to provide physicians with fast, clinically-relevant answers from Elsevier’s enormous library of proprietary medical and surgical content. ClinicalKey was built specifically to meet the search needs of physicians that a clinical resource be comprehensive, trusted, and fast. ClinicalKey serves the information needs of every medical and surgical specialty by bringing together an impressive array of content from Elsevier and trusted third parties including over 1,000 books, 500 journals, thousands of videos, and millions of images, and drug information sourced from the Australian Medicines Handbook. Plus, ClinicalKey gives physicians access to trusted point-of-care content from First Consult" - from website. -- NOTE: All users wanting to access content from ClinicalKey Health Database are required to register for a personal account in order to: download full-text book chapter PDFs, access Search History, Saved Searches and Saved Content, and use the Mobile App.
Clinical guidelines and therapeutic recommendations for a wide range of medical disorders.
Searchable peer-reviewed clinical guidelines. Topics include analgesia, antibiotics, cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrinology, neurology, gastroenterology, dermatology, palliative care, psychotropics and drug prescribing in pregnancy and breastfeeding.
A mobile app is available for Griffith University staff and students. The app can connect to eTG Complete online, or the eTG Complete content can be downloaded to devices for offline use.
Contains information on drugs in clinical use worldwide, as well as selected investigational and veterinary drugs, herbal and complementary medicines, pharmaceutical excipients, vitamins and nutritional agents, vaccines, radiopharmaceuticals, contrast media and diagnostic agents, medicinal gases, drugs of abuse and recreational drugs, toxic substances, disinfectants, and pesticides.
MOBILE ACCESS: To access full text you must be connected to Griffith network by logging in on a Griffith campus or using VPN. You will then be able to access this resource using your mobile device from off-campus.
This Schedule provides information on the arrangements for the prescribing of pharmaceutical benefits by medical practitioners and participating dental practitioners, and the supply of pharmaceutical benefits by approved pharmacists, approved medical practitioners and approved hospital authorities.
AccessPharmacy allows students to select a core curriculum topic, browse by organ system, review textbooks, or search across leading pharmacy online references.
MOBILE ACCESS: Site has been optimised for mobile access.