A Product (or Drug) Monograph is a factual, scientific document on a drug product that, devoid of promotional material, describes the properties, claims, indications, and conditions of use of the drug and contains any other information that may be required for optimal, safe and effective use of the drug. (Health Canada)
This guide will provide you with a variety of sources (books, databases, and websites) to find information on drugs.
For a list of the newest books in the library check out New Materials.
NOTE: new books are on order. (effective 2019/09/16)
These 'independent' databases are NOT included in OneSearch and must be searched individually. They tend to be more specialized so review the summary for a better understanding of what each entails.
For the complete list of databases RRC subscribes to, check out A-Z List of Databases.
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