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Well, I graduated:D and so would like to know what are the best sites one could go to for a revision of pharmacology, anything have to do with therapeutics, ID, interactions, etc.?

Also, anything as a future reference.
 

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Thank, very nice. Any other contributors?? :)
 

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The Pharmacist's Letter is pretty handy, especially if you go and read the citations yourself. Also, guidelines.gov gives you a pretty thorough listing of any sort of guideline you can imagine.
 

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by revision do you mean review? lol. but anyways
i think the best review is to review old notes from
school. you wont believe how fast you can flip through
the notes the second time around. = )
 

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by revision do you mean review? lol. but anyways
i think the best review is to review old notes from
school. you wont believe how fast you can flip through
the notes the second time around. = )
Notes from school, ha funny:laugh:.
 
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I have hand-written revisions and ppt lectures with my notes on them, I'm thinking of typing all these and have one big booklet of organized notes. Efficient?