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Articles, books, images, videos, and other library resources for public health education
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CDC Vital Signs

Recent data and calls to action from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CDC Vital Signs™ – Learn about the latest public health data. Read CDC Vital Signs™…
 

Recent Articles from American Journal of Public Health

Click on PDF link (left side) to read the article. UNCG log in (same as UNCG email and Blackboard account) required if you're off-campus.

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Welcome!

Use the tabs above to search for information in article databases, e-book collections, and other info tools recommended for public health research.

Or use the box below for a quick search for health articles!

 

Health Articles Quick Search

Health and Health Care Articles

 

Search for:

  • Articles written for health care professionals - some from peer reviewed journals, some not
  • Popular-level health articles written for the general public

This box searches for pdf or html full text using these databases: CINAHL, Health Source, PsycInfo, and PsycArticles.

To get MORE results, uncheck "full text" (sidebar).

Popular E-Books

Want more? Try the Public Health Books and E-Books page

 

Search for Ebscohost articles with your iPhone or Android

First, get an access key!

  1. Log into an Ebscohost database such as CINAHL, Academic Search Complete, etc.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of an Ebscohost page and click on "EBSCOhost iPhone and Android Applications" to email an authentication key to yourself.

Next, set up your device

  1. Download a free app from iTunes (for iPhone users) or from the Android Market
  2. Then, access your email message while on your device, and click the link in the email.  If you don't follow the link w/in 24h of sending it to yourself, it expires.  You'll have to send another email from within an Ebscohost database.

The authentication key should give you permission to use the free app to search the Ebscohost journals in our subscription for 9 months.  You'll need an active Internet connection to do your searching.

Instructions from EBSCOhost on setting up and using the app.

Health Sciences Librarian

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News from your librarian

Projects, library news, and favorite things from the UNCG health sciences librarian

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