Reviewed Mental Health Professions Information Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 18)RxAssist
RxAssist is an online database to help physicians' offices and clinics locate, choose and apply for prescription drugs available for free from nearly 70 pharmaceutical manufacturer patient assistance programs for their eligible patients. Searchable by medication brand name, generic name, drug class or company. Sponsored by Volunteers in Health Care, a non-profit program funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
This site provides psychology-related information for students and teachers of psychology. Contains numerous articles and links to additional information on the career options for psychology students, as well as on psychological disorders.
A complete Internet drug index of over 4,000 drugs available for searching. Results provide brand name, generic name, class of drug, and information if the drug falls in the top 200 prescriptions. RxList ID allows you to identify unknown tablets and capsules by searching for their ID Imprint Codes. Also includes links to related sites, statistics, and a weekly humor section. Being a very professional and well organized site, this is usually the place we go to find drug information.
Drugs.com is a free online drug information service that receives information from the Micomedex and Multum databases. In addition to standard drug information searches, they offer a Drug Interaction program, a Pill Identification wizard and image library. A very informative site!
Download of Psychiatry
This site provides the full 30-chapter text of a textbook manual that is being published. The aim of this 'download' is to present the basics of mental disorders. The target population is medical students, but general public readers may also find it useful. Each chapter is available as a PDF download at no cost. Definitely worth checking out!