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Aug
19

New Resource: The Renal Drug Database

Providing access to over 800 drug monographs, The Renal Drug Database is a key source of prescribing information for clinical and medicines information pharmacists. This comprehensive resource benefits from regular content reviews and updates to ensure it continues to provide trusted and timely information.

Note: This resource requires verification for access. If you are on-site please sign in using your CKN Account (Athens), or register for a CKN Account.

Aug
19

CKN's PEMSoft helps Queensland Australian doctor diagnose rare pediatric condition

By Dr. Chris May, Director of Emergency Medicine, Redland Hospital

PEMSoft is a great product, always has been. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it. It covers all pediatric conditions from minor to major, and it is an intuitive and logical tool for accessing information, in particular medication, e.g. intranasal versus intraveneous (IV). Recently, we found it particularly useful when an eight-year-old presented with a history of being unwell for two to three days with an upper respiratory tract infection.

Jun
30

Welcome to the new CKN

The Clinical Knowledge Network (CKN), Queensland Health’s state-wide online clinical information service, has undergone a major update. Queensland Health and it's CKN partner, EBSCO, are delighted to welcome you to the newly re-launched portal. This update represents a long term investment in an innovative, stable CKN platform for the next five years.

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