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Pharmacy

Pharmacy books

There are a few databases that house a lot of pharmacy related books. You can browse them individually, or use the Libraries' Find It! (see box below). These databases are:

There are also "books" on websites such as the FDA:

New Books!

Below are the print books purchased in the last year and the e-books purchased in the last 4 months that focus on Pharmaceutical Sciences. We have MANY other books coming in on various health and medical topics. Check out the information below on how to search for books. Also remember that many of the pharmacy books are in AccessPharmacy and PharmacyLibrary.

Searching for books in Find It!

When you search in Find It!, you're searching in the Library Catalog, Local Digital Collections (Special Collections' Digital Materials and Binghamton University-created materials), and a mega-index of scholarly e-resources including articles, book reviews, ebooks, and more. After you search, you can refine the results with the limiters on the left side of the search results page. These include such limiters as date ranges, location, subject headings, and languages.

There are a couple ways to search for books in Find It!

The easiest, most direct way, is to use the simple search on the Libraries' front page and select 'books.'

Screenshot of the Libraries simple search, with the "books" selection highlighted

 

For more advanced searching, follow these steps:

  1. On the Libraries’ website, click Advanced Search on the Find It! tab.
  2. For material type, select Books.
  3. Enter your search terms.
  4. Click Search.

Screenshots of the Libraries' advanced search

Locating books

Find It! search result with building/collection and call number highlighted


Library of Congress call number cheat sheet

  • To see which floor the book is shelved on, check Collection Locations by Call Number
  • Use your Binghamton ID to check out books at the Reader Services Desk
  • Submit an ILL/Document Delivery request for books held at the Library Annex or SUNY Shared Collection, or books not owned by the Libraries