Most student in ACC Health Science programs will have taken HPRS 2300 Pharmacology for Health Professions course before beginning their programs, but they often need to revisit this topic or find information specific to their future careers.
When students are looking up drug information, they generally need to know the standard information that's provided in most drug guides:
In a reference interview, you'll often find that the student knows the brand name and not the generic name -- or perhaps the other way around. You should be able to find it either way, but knowing whether you're using the brand or generic name can help with further research.
There are many online drug information sources available. The following are some good options: