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Public Health Information Resources: Home

This guide is designed to assist public health students and faculty with their research.


Welcome to the libguide for Public Health Resources!

Please contact me if you need help with your research, have general library questions, or to suggest changes or additions to this guide.

Find Journals and Books

Locate journals by title or browse the collection.

Find books and media by searching the Mansfield Library Catalog.

Looking for a specific article?  Enter the citation data in this citation linker.

Manage Your Research

Flow, RefWorks, and EndNote Basic are web-based bibliography managers/databases. Use them to import references from databases, keep track of your research, easily add citations to your papers, and format your bibliography. 

For more information see the Refworks LibGuide and the EndNote Web LibGuide.

Accessing Specific Library Resources

Access all library electronic resources remotely 24/7 via your NetID and password.

Subject-specific library resources can be accessed from the Databases link beneath the large picture on the library’s home page.  This link gives you a list of all the resources we have access to electronically.  The databases are arranged under broad subject areas.  You will find a link to Public Health resources under the heading, Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences.  If you are looking for a resource by name  (e.g. Global Health, PubMed, Web of Knowledge, etc.) use the A-Z tabs at the top of the page.

If you have any problems connecting to resources please contact Kim at 406/243-6017 or the library's reference desk at 406/243-6866. 

The following databases are recommended for public health research, but more resources are available.

Recommended Library Resources:

Public Health Librarian

Kim Granath
Kim Granath


Head, Information and Research Services

Public Health Librarian

Mansfield Library Room 328


Contact the Library

Phone. 406/243-6866 or 800/240-4939
Staff are available from 8am-9pm on weekdays and 1-9pm on Sunday.

Email. Ask a UM Librarian.
Messages will be responded to within 24-48 hours.

Chat. Staff are available to chat from 8am-9pm on weekdays and 1-9pm on Sunday.

Text.  406-686-6683

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