Drug Information Center
Cyprus International University Drug Information Center (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 organizational companies. 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.
You can contact CIU Drug Information Center for any questions by filling out the form below.
- Adverse drug reactions
- Alternative medicines
- Drug dosage and administration
- Drug efficacy
- Drug interactions
- Drug use in pregnancy and breastfeeding
- IV compatibility and stability
- Route of administration
- Therapeutic comparisons
- Therapeutic use
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 CIU Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Clinical Pharmacy. 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.
- Ahmet Sami Boşnak, BPharm, Msc, PhD, Oncology Pharmacist, Assist. Prof., Clinical Pharmacy Dep. (Oncology, Nutrition Support, Adherence, Patient Education, Compounding)
CIU-DIC and CIU Pharmacy assumes 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.