Links to medicines resources

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Found 37 resources. View other categories.

Resource Country Cost  
AusDI Advanced Australia $ More
Australian Immunisation Handbook Australia Free More
Australian Medicines Handbook Australia $ More
Australian Pharmaceutical Formulary and Handbook Australia $ More
Australian Prescriber Australia Free More
Clinical Practice Guideline Portal Australia Free More
Flinders Medical Centre (SA) Australia Free More
Graylands Selby-Lemnos & Special Care Health Services (WA) Australia Free More
Hunter Drug Information Service (NSW) Australia Free More
Medicines Safety Update (formerly ADRAC bulletin) Australia Free More
Medicines.org.au Australia Free More
MIMS Australia $ More
Mothersafe (NSW) Australia Free More
NHMRC health guidelines Australia Free More
NPS News Australia Free More
NPS PPR Australia Free More
NPS RADAR Australia Free More
NSW Medicines Information Centre Australia Free More
PBAC Public Summary Documents Australia Free More
PBS portal Australia Free More
Pharmaceutical Manufacturer or Sponsor Australia Free More
Poisons Information Centre Australia Free More
Pregnancy and breastfeeding medicines guide Australia $ More
Prescribing Medicines in Pregnancy (TGA) Australia Free More
Princess Margaret Hospital (WA) Australia Free More
Psychotropic Drug Advisory Service (VIC) Australia Free More
Queensland Drug Information Centre Australia Free More
RACGP Guidelines Australia Free More
Royal Adelaide Hospital (SA) Australia Free More
Royal Childrens Hospital (Melb) Paediatric Pharmacopoeia Australia $ More
Royal Darwin Hospital (NT) Australia Free More
Royal Womens Hospital (VIC) Australia Free More
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (WA) Australia Free More
TGA safety alerts Australia Free More
Therapeutic Guidelines Australia $ More
Women and Newborn Health Service (WA) Australia Free More
Women's and Children's Hospital (SA) Australia Free More

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