Cyprus International University Drug Information Center (CIU-DIC) founded in 2021. CIU-DIC
pharmacists provide evidence-based, up-to-date, accurate, and unbiased information about
pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements to a varied client base including pharmacists, physicians,
nurses, other healthcare professionals, pharmaceutical companies and other institutional and
Additionally, the CIU-DIC provides informational support to CIU Pharmacy Faculty and preceptors. The
CIU-DIC also serves as a training site for student pharmacists.
Under the supervision and guidance of the CIU-DIC pharmacists team, students participate in
researching and responding to questions received by the Center. The CIU-DIC staff are experienced in
fulfilling a wide variety of requests for drug information.
Typical inquiries may encompass one of the following categories:
Comprehensive literature searches, medication therapy management (MTM) services, drug evaluations, and other related projects are available as a special service upon request and through consultation with the CIU-DIC staff. Questions involving litigation will not be answered by the CIU-DIC.
CIU-DIC consists of faculty members of the CIU Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Clinical Pharmacy. The CIU-DIC staff regularly contribute to the body of scientific literature as it relates specifically to the field of drug information and globally to pharmacy practice.
The CIU-DIC and CIU Pharmacy assume no responsibility or liability for the misinterpretation of the information provided. Furthermore, due to the vastness and ever-changing nature of health-related information, we make no guarantee on the currency, reliability, completeness, and accuracy of the information provided by our service. The information provided by the CIU-DIC is not intended to diagnose or treat medical conditions and should not be used as a replacement for appropriate medical care and/or supervision.