Answered By: Heather Brown Last Updated: Jul 15, 2017 Views: 565
Free access to Clinical Pharmacology on Hand is available through the McGoogan Library's Clinical Pharmacology license.
A mobile-formatted, internet-based version of Clinical Pharmacology on Hand is available for Windows-based mobile devices. E-mail or call the AskUs Desk (email@example.com, 402-559-6221, 866-800-5209, M-F, 8AM-5PM) to request a Clinical Pharmacology promotional code. The needed code and directions for it's use will be e-mailed to you.
iOS and Android devices
The Elsevier Clinical Pharmacology On Hand app is available for iOS and Android devices. It's an installable, mobile version of CP that can be accessed even when you don't have internet access. (It does of course require internet access for the initial installation and for the updates). To get this app:
1. Create your own Clincial Pharmacology account through UNMC's license.
Start at the UNMC homepage, http://www.unmc.edu/library
Click on the "Drug Resources" button (on the right-hand side of the homepage)
Click on the "Clinical Pharmacology" link.
Click on the "CP Mobile app" button.
You will be asked whether you have an existing username and password for Clinical Pharmacology. If you have never created a personal Clinical Pharmacology account, answer "no".
Complete the registration form. You will choose your own username and password.
2. Search your device's Apple or Android app store. In Apple devices (iOS devices) the app is among the "iPhone" only apps but can be installed on your iPad as well, you just have to choose the "iPhone" only apps when searching for the app.
In the Apple app store, search for --
Elsevier Clinical Pharmacology
In the Android app store, search for --
3. The app itself is free, but the username and password you chose for your personal Clinical Pharmacology account will be needed at some point (perhaps after opening the app) to get the app populated with the Clinical Pharmacology information. Be sure to try opening the app when you have internet access.