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Our features are targeted to students of pharmacy, medicine, nursing and pharmacology itself. Whether you’re starting out, preparing for your clinical exam, or are a professional who wants to brush up on your knowledge of drugs, our resources are guaranteed to help.

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  • Expect to learn the essentials of pharmacology – basic, core and clinical.
  • Expect to understand the core clinical facts that students are expected to know - relevant, informative, essential facts.
  • Expect to enjoy learning about medicines, how they work, what they interact with and what prominent side-effects you need to know.
  • …and expect to come out with better grades and a greater, more comprehensive understanding of drugs and medicines.
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“Learning about drugs can be difficult at the best of times. As a pharmacy student, I was overwhelmed with indications, mechanisms and interactions – not knowing how to organize and structure my study. Instead of focusing heavy on theory, their resources distil the facts you, as a clinician, need to know.”Catherine – San Francisco, Ca

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"I'm in my third year of pharmacy, at the stage where you're expected to bring theory and clinical evidence together. The study materials provided focus on the detail that I'm expected to know as a clinician. It has really helped focus my study around the information that really matters."David – Manchester, UK

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