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Fullscript's resource library
Our Resource library is the go-to place in your dispensary to discover ready-to-use patient resources. Accessible from the Resource library page and the treatment plan tool, it contains a variety of educational content in document types like guides, handouts, meal plans, and more.
Tip! For more information on how to browse and save resources in the library, please see the Resource library & patient handouts support article.
Requesting a new resource
Our Integrative Medical Advisory Team (IMAT) continuously works on new content so you have ready-to-go educational resources to support your patients' treatment plans and general wellness. We welcome you to send in a request if there's a specific resource you're looking for that we don't have available yet.
If your search doesn't match any of the resources available in the Resource library, you'll be prompted to Send a request. This action brings you directly to your email service where you can compose a new message for our Integrative Medical Advisory Team.
Here are some examples of helpful context to include when requesting a new resource:
- The core resource topic you're looking for and any additional information and/or subtopics you’d like to see included
- If this resource is intended for yourself (the practitioner) or your patients
- If you have a content format preference (e.g., handout, in-depth guide, meal plan, etc.)
- How you intend to use this resource
Click Send a request to request new content from Fullscript's Integrative Medical Advisory Team.
How educational resource requests are triaged and released
IMAT monitors new resource requests regularly. You'll receive a response that your request has been recorded once reviewed by a team member. All requests are recorded for future consideration.
Though we're unable to directly notify you when a resource has been created based on your request, all newly published resources are tagged as New in the library and may also be featured in an email newsletter.
Note: We can't guarantee if or when a resource will be added to the resource library.