We are very fortunate at McGill to have access to a large collection of books. A significant portion of our collection, particularly in the sciences, is available electronically. If you are interested, you can see some statistics about our collection more about our collections by following the link in this slide.
Did you know we had a pharmacology guide through Schulich?
For resources related specifically to pharmacology, please check out the pharmacology and therapeutics subject guide. This guide will point you to resources for finding background information, subject specific databases for finding good journal articles, drug databases, information about citing your sources and more.
- For help trouble shooting, or for basic questions you can chat with a librarian. I’ve included the hours for this service on the slide
- For more in depth research questions, you can schedule a consultation with a librarian anytime (email Schulich.email@example.com)
- We offer variety of workshops throughout the year on topics ranging from literature review methodologies, searching databases, citation management and more. The workshops page is regularly updated so be sure the check back periodically to see what is new
- Chat service is available Monday to Friday from 10am to 6pm and Saturday 12pm to 6 pm
- Workshops on literature searching, citation management
- Check out some of the resources available to you related to health and wellness, including consumer health resources and streaming audio and video.
CaPS staff are the Career Education Professionals on campus. CaPS assists students from all faculties, schools and departments at all levels from undergraduates to postdocs. Recent alumni are also eligible to opt in to our services. CaPS is distinctive among McGill services in that they support student success both throughout their time at McGill and during the critical graduation transition to work/further education.
CaPS collaborates with faculty, staff & units across campus, and have ongoing partnerships with employers and community organizations. The highly trained and experienced staff are actively involved in a wide variety of provincial, national and international professional associations, regularly presenting at conferences and events.
For more information, visit the CaPS website at https://www.mcgill.ca/caps/students.
Program requirements for CEGEP Students: https://www.mcgill.ca/pharma/files/pharma/major_program_requirements_for_cegep_students_002_10.pdf
Pharmacology Student Handbook: https://www.mcgill.ca/pharma/files/pharma/pharmacology_undergraduate_handbook_2020-2021_002_2.pdf