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BMS263 Research Skills Guide: HOME

An online tutorial to help with Assessment One in BMS263

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the BMS263 Library Research Skills Guide.

This tutorial was made for you by Charles Sturt Library staff, in collaboration with the BMS263 subject coordinator.

It is designed to help with Assessment item 1 - Written Assignment - that is, to help you use the physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmaceutical literature, including MIMS Online and the Australian Medicines Handbook, to find information on health conditions, drug-health conditions interactions, and drug-drug interactions.

You can work through this tutorial at your own pace, or dip into it as needed using the navigation structure (tabs and boxes), or the Next and Previous links.

If you need further help, please contact me or the Library, as at right.

All the best with your studies in BMS263 and more widely as well - Tim Eggleston

Help from a Librarian

You can contact me directly for assistance - Tim Eggleston, teggleston@csu.edu.au.

 

OR make an appointment with me via the Appointments system.

OR you can contact the Library:

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