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Implementing a Scholarly Repository for Faculty Publications
 
Jeremy Gunnoe, MSLIS
Fatima Mncube-Barnes, EDD, MPH, MSIS, MBA
Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Howard University
Established in 1867, Howard University offers 120 programs in undergraduate, graduate, and professional certifications through 13 Schools and Colleges. Three libraries support the institution. The Law Library is located at a different campus, while the Founders and the Louis Stokes Health Sciences libraries are on the main campus. Our library is a health information resource for the university's medical, dental, pharmacy, nursing, and allied health science students and faculty. These colleges have approximately 233 full-time faculty members.
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American Pharmacists Association
 
Pharmacy Professional's Guide to Resumes, CVs and Interviewing
 
Author: Reinders , Thomas P.

This latest edition of this popular resource for student pharmacists and pharmacy professionals provides step-by-step instructions on preparing the resume, the CV, and cover letters, and preparing for the interview. This is a valuable resource for anyone seeking employment in the pharmacy field. This "start-to-finish" approach walks the reader through each phase of the process, providing ...

 
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PMPH USA, Ltd
 
The Beta-Blocker Story: Getting It Right
 
Author: Cruickshank , John Malcolm

The idea of using beta-blockers as a treatment for ventricular fibrillation occurred to James Black over 60 years ago. He developed propranolol and cimetidine, among other pharmacologic agents, work for which he won the Nobel Prize in 1988. Beta-blockers were reported to lower blood pressure by Brian Pritchard in 1964, and he and John Cruickshank wrote Beta-blockers in Clinical ...

 
 
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