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The Butler University Drug Information Service (BU DIS) is a valuable resource available to healthcare professionals. A main purpose of the Butler University Drug Information Service is to advance pharmaceutical care by providing timely, concise, thorough, patient-specific, and evidence-based responses to healthcare professionals' drug information requests. The Butler University Drug Information Service is equipped to handle a vast array of medical information questions pertaining to the safe and effective use of prescription and over-the-counter medications.

The Drug Information Service is located in the Pharmacy and Health Sciences Building on Butler's campus. It is staffed by clinical pharmacists who are drug information specialists and serves as a training ground for pharmacy students and residents. It provides excellent customer service, as supported by the results of our customer satisfaction survey.

The Butler University Drug Information Service is available free of charge to individual healthcare professionals directly affiliated with Butler University, including preceptors of pharmacy and physician assistant students. The Butler University Drug Information Service is also available to pharmacists in Indiana who are employed by companies participating in Butler's Professional Partners Program (e.g. pharmacists employed by CVS, Walgreens, or Kroger.) Additionally, the service is available to healthcare institutions, corporations, and individual providers who have specific written contracts with the Butler University Drug Information Service. This service is NOT open to the public.