Contribute to the Project

Contribute to the Project

We welcome contributions to any aspect of the Pharmacology Education Project that might be of value for learners:

  • Pharmacology and clinical pharmacology. These sections of the project aim to provide short reviews on a wide range of topics covered in a maximum of 500 words but we value suggestions for other topics. If you think the summaries we have provided could be improved then write to us with an improved version.
  • Drugs. These are brief summaries of the characteristics of important drug classes that include common drugs, mechanism of action, clinical indications, administration, adverse effects, contra-indications, warnings and monitoring arrangements. If you think these can be improved or that new drugs should be added then write to us.
  • Therapeutics. These are short reviews of the management of common diseases. If you think that we have missed an important condition then send us your review. 
  • Resources. Tell us about websites, video and other resources that should be linked to individual topics in the project. Help us to add more definitions to the glossary, which is intended to provide very brief definitions of important terms in pharmacology and clinical pharmacology. 

To email direct please use or complete the form below.

To see a list of authors who have already contributed to the project so far click on the link on the left.

Submit Content/Links

The editors welcome the input of colleagues from around the world as we help learners to make links with existing resources and gradually create new ones. The content of the project is divided broadly into four ‘sections’: Pharmacology, Clinical pharmacology, Drugs, and Therapeutics. Each section is divided into ‘modules’, each of which has associated with it between 4 and 10 ‘topics’. Each topic has a summary text of up to 500 words that highlights the most important aspects of this topic. This summary text has other learning resources attached (e.g. web-links, articles, video and audio files, PowerPoint). Depending on what you are submitting, complete the appropriate parts of this submission form.

Select the Section most appropriate for your content.
Select the 'module' under the Section selected above which is most appropriate for your content.
If you are contributing content for a module that does not have an introduction, please create an introductory text of 100–200 words highlighting why this area is relevant to learners and briefly explaining the topic structure. (see for example.)
Enter the title of the existing topic in the space provided.
Enter the title of the new topic and press Enter on your keyboard.
If you are submitting a NEW topic under a module, please provide descriptive text of up to 500 words explaining this topic in clear and simple English broken up into easily read paragraphs. Include any simple tables or diagrams. Restrict any references to very important ones that will be included in the links below. (For example, see, Drugs affecting synthesis, storage, release and removal of noradrenaline.)
Enter the URL for an external resource.
Instead of a URL, you can upload your own work here if you are the author.
Files must be less than 8 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png bmp eps tif pict psd txt rtf html pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods xml avi mov mp3 ogg wav.
Create a short description of the linked material. It should include enough information to help the viewer decide whether the link is appropriate for their needs without having to go to the site. The commentary should include, but not be limited to, a summary of the linked content, the relation of the linked content to the topic, potential use of the linked content in learning, and prerequisite topics.
Your information
Provide the information below and click Submit. You will hear soon from one of our editors.