Tools for clinical care
College registrants have access to the following evidence-based information tools to support clinical practice at the point of care. These tools are regularly updated with information from the latest research, reviews, and guidelines.
Note: Any third-party links are provided for general reference only and no endorsement of their content by the College is implied.
|Bugs & Drugs||Reference for management of infectious diseases and appropriate antimicrobial use. It is peer-reviewed, evidence-based, and frequently updated. Bugs & Drugs® is supported by the Do Bugs Need Drugs?® program and is funded in BC by the BC Ministry of Health, Pharmaceutical Services Division.||Access available to everyone||
The website is adapted for use on mobile devices.
App available for iOS and Android for $14.99.
|Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs Online||An evidence-based and user-friendly practical resource guide for health-care practitioners working in any setting where psychotropic drugs are utilized. Content is Canadian.||Log in to access||N/A|
|Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs for Children and Adolescents Online||An evidence-based and user-friendly practical resource guide for health-care practitioners working in any setting where psychotropic drugs are utilized, focusing on the needs of children and adolescents. Content is Canadian.||Log in to access||N/A|
|ClinicalKey: drug monographs||This link will direct to the ClinicalKey home page. Select Drug Monographs from the drop-down menu in the main search box.||Log in to access||N/A|
|CPS||Drug information from the CPS, a Canadian drug source, and evidence-based therapeutic information for common conditions. Online version includes Lexi Interact for detecting drug interactions.||Log in to access|
|Drug Monitoring Checker||Evidence-based drug monitoring information to optimize the treatment of adult patients in primary and secondary care.||Log in to access||N/A|
|Martindale||Drug monographs with a global perspective. Includes international trade names for drugs.||Log in to access||N/A|
|The Review of Natural Products||A comprehensive resource providing evidence-based, clinically-relevant information about natural products.||Log in to access||N/A|