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Current issues guide: Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons

Medicines Complete platform migration

We currently subscribe to Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons via the Medicines Complete platform. This platform will be migrating to a new platform on the 14th of May 2018. 
 

The old platform will be switched off on the 1st June 2018, but if users land on the ‘old’ site then they will be redirected to the new one.

 

Please see below for further details:

 

Welcome to the new MedicinesComplete platform

  • The new MedicinesComplete is the ideal tool for generating learning and teaching materials for lectures and assessments, and the go-to resource during clinical workshops and professional dispensing classes.

  • Suitable for all healthcare professional disciplines including pharmacy, medicine, dentistry and nursing.

  • The depth of information is suitable for first year students through to postgraduate research and clinical placements.

 

What improvements have we made?

 

Faster, smarter access to content with a more intuitive search

The intelligent search provides you with more relevant results, clear filters and descriptions to help you navigate to records of interest. We’ve also introduced a Quick Search feature, enabling you to fast-track to specific content within an individual publication.

 

Digest content easily with improvements to layout and navigation

We have carefully considered how to improve readability and the discovery of content by presenting a clear and consistent design across all the content in MedicinesComplete and the addition of quick links on every page. The introduction of filters and the ability to view content by groups makes it easier to uncover the breadth of information within specific resources.

 

Answer dosage queries efficiently with the Dosage Card feature

Selecting the right dose is critical when learning about patient care. The new Dosage Card feature helps to quickly and reliably answer dosage queries. As soon as you’ve searched for a drug term, the Dosage Card presents a snapshot of the content available in the BNF, BNF for Children and Martindale.