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Don't miss out on the best MIMS has to offer. Bookmark mims.co.uk for the latest prescribing information, alerts and resources - all available free to GPs and nurses.

MIMS online (mims.co.uk) is the most-up-to-date and comprehensive version of MIMS.
MIMS online (mims.co.uk) is the most-up-to-date and comprehensive version of MIMS.

Find the full range of MIMS prescribing support materials here online at mims.co.uk to help you prescribe quickly and confidently.

Updated constantly

Updated throughout the day, the concise product listings help you make the right treatment choices based on the latest prescribing information. Quickly search by generic or brand name to find products, including all those no longer included in the print edition, such as:

  • Cancer drugs
  • HIV medicines
  • Nutritional products (eg, gluten-free products and tube/sip feeds)

Our regular news feed keeps you abreast of safety alerts and other developments that affect your prescribing, so you can minimise the risk of errors. Sign up to our bulletins to receive updates straight to your inbox.

Prescribing resources

The full range of drug reference tables and guideline summaries is available online, linked to the product listings.

The popular drug reference tables can simplify your prescribing choices: quickly find out how to switch antidepressants or compare HRT treatments at a glance, for example.

With our quick-reference summaries of national treatment guidelines you can make sure you're following best practice without having to wade through a full-length guideline.

Visual guides to diabetes and respiratory devices are also available exclusively online. These practical pictorial aids are designed to help you identify, compare and recommend suitable devices during patient consultations.

Finally, our MIMS 'Clinics' are online resource pages that bring together news and resources focussed on key therapeutic areas in primary care

Free online access

MIMS is available free online to GPs and nurses who register and via subscription to other users. Simply log in to access all the above (if you have forgotten your password, you can enter your email address to receive a new one). 

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