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Pharmacology Resources

A general guide in Pharmacology for students taking PHRM 106 and PHRM 107

Finding a Topic


  • Look through your textbook for ideas on what to write about.  What sounds interesting to you?  What do you want to know more about?

Personal Experience

  • Research something that is personal.  Are drug prices too high? Are you interested in medical marijuana?  The possibilities are endless.

Current Events

  • Use some of the databases and current news sources in the "ResearchingTopics" box below to help you find a topic.

  • Directly below is the New York Times feed of current articles/events related to prescription drugs in the news.

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Researching Topics

The following databases contain original articles as well as those from magazines, journals, and newspapers.  use these, in addition to websites to research your topic.

Hawaiʻi Statistics and Background Data

  • State of Hawaii Data Book 
    "...official summary of statistics on the social, economic, and political organization of our state." 2000-present.
  • Maui County Data Book
    "... a useful and valuable source of economic, demographic and other statistical information about the County of Maui." 2015.
  • Native Hawaiian Databook 
    "...official summary of statistics on the social, economic, and political organization of our state...also includes resource lists for education, health, human services, and economic development, and GIS maps to illustrate the demographic distribution of the Native Hawaiian population in the state of Hawaiʻi."