Drug and Chemical Information 2. Finding Properties, Effects, and Interactions
Class Experience Level
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

This online, self-paced course is intended to introduce librarians to the NLM resources that provide in-depth drug and chemical information, from adverse effects to molecular properties, for healthcare professionals and researchers. Through hands-on exercises, learners will practice locating chemical properties, including structures and interactions, in PubChem; toxicity information in LiverTox and LactMed; toxicological reviews in Bookshelf; and the latest research about adverse effects in PubChem. Participants will practice their new skills in authentic problem-based scenarios focused on assisting library users with their clinical and research information needs. 

This training is part of the Drug and Chemical Information: On Demand series. See also: 

  • 1. Using, Providing, and Prescribing Medications 

  • 3. Exploring New Drug Research 

By registering for this class, you are agreeing to the NNLM Code of Conduct

Objectives:
  1. Select whether PubChem, Bookshelf, LactMed, LiverTox, or PubMed is the appropriate resource to use based on an information need 

  1. Locate a drug's adverse effects or toxicity information in PubChem, LactMed, LiverTox, or PubMed 

  1. Use PubChem to find drug and chemical interactions, structures, and properties  

  1. Locate toxicological reviews in Bookshelf 

Class Details

Platform: Moodle
CE Credits: 2.00
CE Categories: CHIS Level 1
Class Experience Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
This is a National NNLM class.
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Class Contacts

Host/Instructor: Catherine Staley
Technical Assistance: Molly Knapp