Chamberlain Library for Alumni

Find Health Literature Online

The subscription databases at the Chamberlain Library are only available to current students, faculty and staff. Below are recommended open access sources you can use to find information instead.

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Professional Associations

Now that you graduated, it's time to get involved with professional organizations in your field of specialty. These organizations often provide special sources and research support for members who wish to continue their education. Below are some general recommendations, but you can always find more associations by searching online.

Drug Information Sources

Go to the websites below to find drug information available online, including drug labeling sources, interaction checkers, calculators, chemical information and more.

Free Government Sources

Go to the websites below to find government health sources available online, including data and statistics, patient education materials, toolkits, reportable diseases lists, morbidity and mortality reports and more.

Health Statistics Sources

Go to the websites below to find health statistics available online. You can also refer to our Finding Health Statistics guide for additional open access sources for health statistics.