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Medicines Information Centre

11/20/2014
05:06 | Author: Devin Garcia

Medicines information centre
Medicines Information Centre

A Drug Information Service for Health Professionals provided by specially trained pharmacists. The Medicines Information Centre (MIC) is situated in the Division.

The FDA recently approved a new type of drug for the management of insomnia. Orexins are part of the regulators of the sleep-wake cycle and play a role in keeping people awake. Suvorexant is an orexin receptor antagonist. Suvorexant has been approved with the same limitations as other hypnotics in that it should only be taken once per night within 30 minutes of bed-time.

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Observational studies were used as this rare side-effect would not show up reliably in RCTs. A systematic review and meta-analysis of published observational studies examining the link between NSAIDs and venous thromboembolism (VTE) was recently published online in Rheumatology.

Oxford's Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine and the BMJ's Too Much Medicine campaign sponsored the conference, which focused on reducing unnecessary care and waste of healthcare resources. The publication of this article coincided with the Preventing Overdiagnosis conference held in Oxford in the United Kingdom.

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National Medicines Information Centre - St. James39s Hospital

9/19/2014
03:48 | Author: Caitlin White

Medicines information centre
National Medicines Information Centre - St. James39s Hospital

The National Medicines Information Centre (NMIC) aims to promote the safe, effective and efficient use of medicines. Through our clinical enquiry answering.

Members of the public with enquiries about the use of medicines should speak to their general practitioner or community pharmacist.

The NMIC may be contacted by ephone,, or post. Our opening hours are from 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday inclusive. A ephone answering service is in operation during lunch-time (1pm - 2pm) and after hours.

Sources of Medicines Information Useful Links.

Through our clinical enquiry answering service we provide evidence-based information and advice to healthcare professionals/agencies on all aspects of the therapeutic use of medicines including indications, drug interactions, drug use in pregnancy/lactation. Our team of pharmacists and doctors are trained in information retrieval and analysis and use a range of information sources including specialist texts, information databases and primary journals. The National Medicines Information Centre (NMIC) aims to promote the safe, effective and efficient use of medicines.

Phone: 1850 727 727 or (01) 473 0589 (01) 473 0596 Website: www.nmic.ie.

Postal Address : National Medicines Information Centre, St James’s Hospital, James’s Street, Dublin 8.

In addition, the NMIC has an educational role in promoting safe and effective use of medicines. This is demonstrated through our involvement in teaching to medical and pharmacy undergraduate and postgraduate students, GP trainees and NCHDs.

We produce a number of publications, in particular a Therapeutics Bulletin and a monthly newsletter Therapeutics Today. Both publications are available on our website or by to individual healthcare professionals.

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St. · 01 410 3000 ·. James's Hospital, James's Street, Dublin 8, Ireland.

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National Medicines Information Centre

7/18/2014
01:22 | Author: Evan Martin

Medicines information centre
National Medicines Information Centre

The National Medicines Information Centre (NMIC) aims to promote the safe, effective and efficient use of medicines. We undertake this role through our clinical.

Members of the public with enquiries about the use of medicines should speak to their general practitioner or community pharmacist. Where trade names are used in NMIC publications this is for product identification purposes only and does not imply endorsement. The information in this website has been prepared for the use of healthcare professionals only.

Welcome to THE NATIONAL MEDICINES INFORMATION CENTRE.

We undertake this role through our clinical enquiry answering service, publication of information outputs and education. The National Medicines Information Centre (NMIC) aims to promote the safe, effective and efficient use of medicines.

Evidence-based information is provided to healthcare professionals on a range of topics including:

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NSW Medicines Information Centre - CIAP

5/17/2014
01:16 | Author: Evan Martin

Medicines information centre
NSW Medicines Information Centre - CIAP

The Clinical Information Access Program (CIAP) website provides information and resources to support evidence-based practice at the point of care.

The MIC also regularly provides information to nurses, dentists, pharmaceutical manufacturers and government departments. A wide variety of health professionals use the services of the MIC. Enquiries from hospital and community-based pharmacists and doctors constitute the majority of the Centre's workload.

to 5.00 p.m. 9.00 a.m. Monday to Friday. Contact CIAP ».

The Centre's librarian can also organise rapid retrieval of published articles upon request.

See Ask a question for the ways in which you can submit your query.

The NSW Medicines Information Centre (MIC) complements the resources available in CIAP by providing answers to queries from clinicians on drug-related issues.

The MIC is located at St Vincent's Hospital in Darlinghurst, NSW, where it benefits from an established and extensive therapeutic support network. The NSW Medicines Information Centre was established in 1980 and is the State's drug information service.

The MIC team can provide quick responses to patient-related enquiries or more detailed literature reviews and reports.

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The MIC specialises in the retrieval, evaluation and communication of information on therapeutic drugs for health and associated professionals.

Currently, the Centre has a staff of 2.5 pharmacists and a librarian.

Specialist drug information pharmacists research all questions received. These include CIAP resources, IDIS, IPA, Reactions, Herbal medicine resources and others. Information resources include an extensive collection of reference books, journals and international databases.

The MIC provides information on:

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East Anglia Medicines Information Centre - Ipswich Hospital

3/16/2014
03:30 | Author: Caitlin White

Medicines information centre
East Anglia Medicines Information Centre - Ipswich Hospital

The MI service is a well established dynamic centre that is part of the UK Medicines Information (UKMi) network. The East Anglia MI service is accessible to.

The service is staffed by a team of experienced and specialist pharmacists who work together to offer a wide range of services:

The MI service is a well established dynamic centre that is part of the UK Medicines Information (UKMi) network. The East Anglia Medicines Information (MI) Service is integrated with the pharmacy department at the hospital.

If you would like to find out more about the East Anglia Medicines Information Service, please contact Katie Smith (Director) on 01473 704431 or.

Details of published work can be found on our Presentations and Publications page and on the UKMi website.

Submitting a Medicines Information enquiry If you are a healthcare professional, please use the webform to contact us. All members of the team contribute to practice research collaborating with other organisations where possible, for example the University of East Anglia. The service is actively involved with national medicines information projects and contributes to the annual UKMi Practice Development Seminar and various UKMi working groups, including clinical governance, research, and education and training.

The East Anglia MI service is accessible to healthcare professionals (doctors, nurses, midwives, dentists, dieticians etc) working in primary and secondary care and members of the public across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. The Ipswich Hospital MI service is accessible to the staff and patients at the hospital.

The service provides evidence-based information and advice to ensure safe, appropriate and optimised use of medicines.

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