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Pharmacy Resources

Basic list of resources available to students and faculty at Pacific University

What are Point-of-Care Resources?

Point-of-care (POC) resources are information tools that a clinician can immediately refer to at the point-of-care with a patient. Also called e-medical textbooks, evidence-based resources, and decision support tools. They contain evidence-based, summarized medical information that are often quick and easy-to-use. Sample products include UpToDate, eMedicine, DynaMed, and Clinical Evidence. Most of these point-of-care tools include a variety of sources like journal articles, e-textbooks, images, expert opinions, practice guidelines, and patient information. The content is ranked according to levels of evidence or given grade recommendation; all source citations refer back to the original research studies and/or systematic reviews.

Point-of-Care Resources