Choosing the right version of MIMS for your pharmacy can be difficult. Here is a guide.
eMIMS is recommended by the Pharmacy Board of Australia as a reference to be accessed by pharmacists during the dispensing, clinical assessment, reviewing and counselling process, for drug interactions and as an evidence-based reference work on complementary and alternate medicines.
Linked to your dispensing in FRED, minfos, Aquarius, Amfac and Lots eMIMS is an invaluable, comprehensive resource for your computer. Trusted, user friendly and resource rich, eMIMS is pharmacists most used medicines reference. Take a look at what eMIMS has to offer by visiting the training video on the MIMS website www.mims.com.au
Evidence based Drug Herb Interactions
This new decision support module, currently only available in eMIMS, has been developed by a team School Of Pharmacy at the University Of Sydney headed up by Professor Basil Roufogalis and Professor Andrew McLachlan. The locally researched, evidence based drug herb interactions are designed to provide the health professional with the ability to retrieve information on clinically-significant drug and herb interactions.
The University of Sydney, School of Pharmacy, have chosen UnityHealth’s IMgateway solution to bring this important work to the desktop of healthcare professionals.
In an Australian first, MIMS has partnered with UnityHealth to bring an Australian evidence based Complementary V Mainstream drug interaction module to MIMS. For more information please visit the contact the MIMS Customer Service Team on 1800 800 629 MIMS website www.mims.com.au
MIMS would welcome you feedback regarding this new module please email your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org
MIMS Online Includes Australia s most comprehensive database of full product information (PI), the MIMS abbreviated product information and consumer medical information (CMI) as well as product images. Includes advanced searching options and the MIMS evidence based drug interaction checker. View a demonstration in the MIMS Online training section at www.mims.com.au
MIMS Mobile is specifically designed for use on the phone you carry with you every day. It has been developed for use across a range of platforms and devices. A secure login gives you access to:
• MIMS Full Product Information
• MIMS Abbreviated Product Information
• MIMS Drug Alert for drug interaction checking
This easy to use version of MIMS also allows you to bookmark ‘favourite’ pages, review history of your search results and set preferences to suit your needs. With monthly updates maintained for you – you will always have access to the most current content in the market. Please click here to view the MIMS Mobile training video.
Available for Windows Mobile 5.0- or 6.0-based Pocket PCs. MIMS on PDA2 is a convenient way to have MIMS in your pocket, whenever and wherever you need it. Updated every month, MIMS on PDA2 is a portable, local, electronic reference product . Not only do you get the full range of abbreviated medicines information, it includes MIMS Drug Interactions in the same program.
Watch the MIMS on PDA2 training video to learn more – click here
2011 MIMS Annual – Australia’s most comprehensive printed medicines reference – M0006
- More than 3,000 full product information for prescription, over-the-counter and alternative medicines
- Colour Images for 2,407 tablets and capsules making pill identification simple
- General Medical & Scientific Information such as medicines in pregnancy, drugs in sport and CYP450 drug interactions – knowing where to find the information is half the battle!
- Classified by Therapeutic Class and fully indexed, making medicines information and images easy to find
MIMS Abbreviated (formerly MIMS Bi-Monthly) – M0040
Described as ‘The Gold Standard’ of medicines information, MIMS Abbreviated is Australia’s most well-loved, printed medicines information resource. Contents include the MIMS abbreviated information on all prescription and many non-prescription medicines, including over-the-counter products. Section Head notes for therapeutic classes help you to understand the big picture.
- Abbreviated medicines information in therapeutic class format for ease of use
- Information about dosage, contraindications, precautions, adverse reactions, interactions, PBS pricing, use in sport and pregnancy status in a concise, quick to read format
- Disease Management Guidelines provide a ready reference of best practice treatment for common conditions.
Combine the MIMS Annual and the MIMS Abbreviated as recommended text