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Typically researchers, teachers and students require more than just basic drug information to support them in their studies and research.  MIMS delivers trusted medicines product information and the associated clinical knowledge that leads to improved knowledge and skills development.

Australia’s leading medications reference together with relevant evidence-based clinical decision support, plus patient and consumer information, makes MIMS the essential choice in clinical education.

Universities

MIMS is subscribed to by all leading universities across Australia. Used by faculties such as medical, nursing, pharmacy and allied health, MIMS is available to staff and students through the university libraries and laboratories.

MIMS Online provides quick, easy access to relevant, concise information not only of the molecular structure of drugs but other relevant information which assists in the reduction of medication errors. Students and teachers can check for dosing, indications, contraindications, check if there are any drug interactions, and identify pills from their shape, colour and markings.

MIMS Online can be accessed from any internet-enabled desktop or laptop computer and is always up to date with seamless monthly content updates.

eMIMS provides our comprehensive resources on a CD-ROM, placing current medicines information and clinical tools at your fingertips. Searchable and indexed, it’s the complete guide to product information, consumer medicine information and product images for all registered medicines in Australia. Instantly check the likelihood and severity of drug interactions, review standard clinical reference intervals or calculate anything from ideal body weight to stroke risk. eMIMS is updated monthly.

Our traditional print publications continue to be very popular for a quick, brief reference and are considered the most complete hard copy reference for all registered medicines in Australia.

TAFE's

MIMS provides products used by both students and educators for technical and further education. Used by students in nursing, aged care and assisted care MIMS provides all the knowledge needed to assist them with decisions around medicine administration.

MIMS Online provides quick, easy access to relevant, concise information which assists in the reduction of medication errors. Users can check for dosing, indications, contraindications, adverse reactions, check if there are any drug interactions, identify pills from their shape, colour, markings etc. Warnings, issued by the Therapeutic Goods Administration and the National Prescribing Service, are also incorporated into the relevant medications providing the most recent information available. MIMS Online can be accessed from any internet-enabled desktop or laptop computer and is always up to date thanks to seamless monthly content updates.

eMIMS provides our comprehensive resources on a CD-ROM, placing current medicines information and clinical tools at your fingertips. Searchable and indexed, it’s the complete guide to product information, consumer medicine information and product images for all registered medicines in Australia. Instantly check the likelihood and severity of drug interactions, review standard clinical reference intervals or calculate anything from ideal body weight to stroke risk. eMIMS is updated monthly.

Our traditional print publications continue to be very popular and are considered the most complete hard copy reference for all registered medicines in Australia.

Private Colleges

MIMS provides products used by both students and educators at private colleges providing introductory and professional diploma level courses across Australia.

MIMS Online provides quick, easy access to relevant, concise professional and consumer medicines information which assists in the training of skills to assist the identification and reduction of medication errors. MIMS provides complete and current information allowing for students to become familiar with medication best practice including information on dosing, indications, contraindications, checking for any drug interactions, and identifying pills from their shape, colour, markings etc. MIMS assists in students gaining knowledge that helps identify nursing concerns such as the misuse of sedatives and medications leading to an increased risk of patient falls. Warnings, issued by the Therapeutic Goods Administration and the National Prescribing Service, are also incorporated into the relevant medications providing the most recent information available. MIMS Online can be accessed from any internet-enabled desktop or laptop computer and is always up to date thanks to seamless monthly content updates.

eMIMS provides our comprehensive resources on a CD-ROM, placing current medicines information and clinical tools at your fingertips. Searchable and indexed, it’s the complete guide to product information, consumer medicine information and product images for all registered medicines in Australia. Instantly check the likelihood and severity of drug interactions, review standard clinical reference intervals or calculate anything from ideal body weight to stroke risk. eMIMS is updated monthly

Students

MIMS understands the importance of current medicines information for Medical, Pharmacy and Nursing Students and has established a program to help provide such resources.

For Universities we offer complimentary access to our eMIMS software for installation in your laboratories and classrooms, giving students access to up-to-date medicines information and clinical resources.

Click here to see what information eMIMS has to offer.

If your University Library does not already have access, please have your Faculty's Dean or appropriate representative contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The schools currently enrolled in this program include:

  • Charles Darwin University
  • Charles Sturt University
  • Chisholm Institute
  • Griffith University
  • James Cook University
  • Monash University
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland
  • Sunshine Coast TAFE
  • Sunshine Coast TAFE
  • The University of Melbourne
  • The University of Western Australia
  • University of Canberra
  • University of Technology, Sydney

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