The following resources are available to faculty and student researchers undertaking research projects at Waterloo Pharmacy:
The School of Pharmacy has its own library located on the lower level of the pharmacy building. Online pharmacy research guides are maintained by our liaison librarian. The liaison librarian is also available to provide one-on-one research assistance, as needed.
The graduate students library website provides an overview of available library services, such as interlibrary loans and equipment loans, and explains how to find and access research material.
The School of Pharmacy Liaison Librarian, Caitlin Carter, is providing research support virtually until further notice, via Skype, Zoom, or email. Feel free to reach out to Caitlin at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions related to finding literature, AMA citations, copyright, mobile apps, OMNI, publishing, etc.
The Statistical Consulting and Collaborative Research Unit, located within the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, provides free statistical advice to faculty, staff, and students working on research problems.
Faculty and staff from the Statistical Consulting Service will be pleased to help with:
- Designing experiments, surveys, and other studies.
- Monitoring intermediate stages of long-term projects.
- Analyzing data, and interpreting results.
- Using statistical software packages such as Statistical Analysis System (SAS) or IBM SPSS Statistics (SPSS).
- Contacting an expert in the particular area of statistics or mathematics which you wish to use.
- Arranging a presentation on a statistical topic.
For the spring 2020 term, the statistical consulting unit is offering statistics consulting appointments to all student, staff and faculty members through video conferencing. They are welcomed to schedule appointments with any one of the consultants through our website (uwaterloo.ca/sccr/appointment).
Writing and communication centre
The Writing and Communication Centre offers many services to support students as they develop their writing skills. These services are available to help you:
- Organize your thoughts and ideas
- Communicate your ideas with clarity
- Persuade your audience
- Incorporate your research and cite your sources
The Writing and Communication Centre offers:
- One-on-one appointments
- Library drop-in appointments
- Graduate student programming
- Online resources
- Faculty support
For the spring 2020 term, the Writing and Communication Centre is offering online appointments. For details, visit the Writing and Communication Centre website.