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Welcome to the LibGuide for the School of Pharmacy.  This guide is designed to help you find and use the library resources most useful for your subject or research. As your subject librarian, I am available to provide:

  • advice on searching for and locating library resources
  • training on using specific databases relevant to pharmacy
  • assistance in building a literature search

Please use the tabs above to navigate this LibGuide.  If you have any questions at all, please get in touch.

Your subject librarian

Angela Thompson
Queen's University Medical Library
Mulhouse Building
Royal Victoria Hospital 
BT12 6DP
028 9097 8962

Library Locations

There are various Library locations across the QUB campus:

You can use any of these locations but the books and journals most relevant to your subject will be found in the Biomedical Library.  Your subject librarian who can offer advice and support on using the Library's resources is based in the Medical Library.

Big 4 Database training for Pharmacy

The Big 4 Databases training sessions for Pharmacy are aimed at PG and staff who want to learn how to develop a systematic search on the 4 key databases most relevant for Pharmacy.  Below are upcoming sessions.  

NB.  Registration via MyFuture is essential.‚Äč

  • 22nd January (2:30-4:30pm) in the MBC room 01/024
  • 19th February (2:30-4:30pm) in the MBC room 01/024


Getting started with Endnote

This session is aimed at postgraduate students in the School of Pharmacy who want to start using Endnote to manage their references.  During the session you will learn how to add references, organise references, and use Cite While You Write to cite references and create bibliography.

NB.  Registration via MyFuture is essential.

  • 31st January (2:30-4pm) in the MBC room OG/414
  • 4th March (2:30-4pm) in the MBC room O1/024

For help with developing academic skills

The Learning & Development Service (LDS) at Queen's provides support and workshops on various academic skills.

Open Access

Find out more about Open Access, its implications for you, some useful resources and upcoming training sessions by clicking on the link below.

Copyright and your ethesis

To find out more about copyright and how to submit your ethesis please have a look at the guide below.  You will also be able to find out about upcoming training sessions in this area.