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Pharmacology: Getting Started

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Start with a simple search, and add search terms to focus your results.

 

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Example: ketamine AND depression; instead of ‘is ketamine treatment a viable option to treat depression?’ 

 

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Example: “monoclonal antibodies”; “Social Determinants of Health” 

 

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Example: Pharmacokinetics OR Drug Elimination Routes;

 

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