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Pharmacy: Pharmacy books

A collection of information resources and guidance for Pharmacy students

New Pharmacy books in the Drill Hall Library

Rang & Dale's Pharmacology - 10th edition
Doing a literature review in health and social care
OSCE Revision Guide for Medical Students
Emery's elements of medical genetics
Drugs in use
The top 100 drugs
Symptoms in the pharmacy
Medicines, Ethics and Practice 45
Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
Ross & Wilson self-assessment in anatomy and physiology in health and illness
Conducting your pharmacy practice research project

Most-borrowed pharmacy books - January 2023

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Books, books, books

Shelves full of colourful books.Books are an essential resource for academic study (though you will need to go beyond them!). Luckily, we have well over 100,000 of them in the Drill Hall Library, and access to thousands of electronic books as well.

You can find physical and electronic books through your university LibrarySearch, using the options in the left-hand menu.

  • Canterbury Christ Church University - go to LibrarySearch and ensure you are logged in.
  • Greenwich - log in to the Portal, go to the My Learning (students) or Learning Support (staff) page and click the link to LibrarySearch from here. Ensure you log in. This works much more effectively than going directly to LibrarySearch.
  • Kent - go to LibrarySearch and ensure you are logged in.


Ebooks are available from each university - these can be accessed from home and in most cases can be used by multiple people at once.

Search your university LibrarySearch, and select ebooks from the left-hand menu. If no ebook option appears, it simply means we don't have any ebooks for that search, but you can always try a different search.


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We don't keep printed copies of theses or dissertations in the library, but you may be able to find them on your institutional repository:

Alternatively, you could try the British Library's EThOS service, which provides access to many theses from UK universities.