A service of the National Institutes of Health that contains information on current publicly and privately run clinical trials for multiple disease states. Site has information on how to find a clinical trial and information for submitting clinical trial.
Organization that represents many biopharmaceutical research companies. Site contains information on drugs in development and the drug development and approval process as well as information and resources on current public policy, patient medication support resources, and ongoing clinical trials.
Helps local officials, community leaders and businesses understand the changes taking place in their communities. It is the premier source for detailed information about the American people and workforce.
Site contains the on-line version of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Emerging Infectious Disease journal, information on traveler’s health, emergency preparedness, CDC prevention guidelines, and workplace safety.
Contains consumer drug information, information on the MedWatch reporting program, orphan drug news, the electronic orange book of therapeutic equivalence, drug shortages, and information on foods, human drugs, animal drugs, biologics, and cosmetics.
Site contains links to websites with information on latex allergies. Latexdrugs.com database itself requires a subscription (UIC DIG has a subscription) though a limited access to the site can be utilized via the “Guest Entry.”
Site contains patient information consisting of chemotherapy drug monographs, recommendations on managing chemotherapy side effects, nutrition, and more. Site is available in many languages through Google translation.
“The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®), a not-for-profit alliance of 27 of the world's leading cancer centers devoted to patient care, research, and education, is dedicated to improving the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of cancer care so that patients can live better lives.” Site provides NCCN guidelines, patient resources, and more.
An annual CDC report on health in the United States, focusing on trends and statistics. An accompanying Chartbook indicates long-term trends and Trend Tables use national data over several years to identify public health trends.
A guide for Developing a Protocol for Observational Comparative Effectiveness Research. The guide is a resource for developing CER studies that follow best practices for study objectives and questions, study design, data sources, and analysis.
Codes developed by PSOP student body as part of ISPE codeathon. (Note: If links doesn't work, find codes here: PSOP Shared Files - Graduate Students > Research and grant resources > Research Data > Truven Marketscan database > Programmingtoolkit)