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Public Health Information Resources   Tags: kim, public_health, publichealth  

This guide is designed to assist public health students and faculty with their research.
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2014 URL: http://libguides.lib.umt.edu/publichealth Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome!

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:

    • CAB Abstracts
      Agriculture, forestry, animal health, nutrition, recreation and tourism, rural sociology, soils, and veterinary science. Access limited to 4 concurrent users.
    • CINAHL Plus with Full Text
      CINAHL Plus with Full Text is the world's most comprehensive nursing & allied health research database, providing full text for more than 770 journals with coverage dating back to 1937. The database also provides full text for more than 275 books/monographs.
    • Cochrane Library
      Independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, including systematic reviews, clinical trials, technology assessments, economic evaluations, individual clinical trials, and more.
    • Credo Reference (Xreferplus)
      Credo Reference is a general full text resource with content that covers all academic disciplines.
    • Eldis Gateway to Development Information
      Global development--browse information by topic and/or country
    • Ethnographic Video Online
      The largest, most comprehensive resource for the study of human culture and behavior covering every region of the world and featuring the work of many of the most influential documentary filmmakers of the 20th century. Includes interviews, previously unreleased raw footage, field notes, study guides, and more.
    • GIDEON
      Global Infectious Diseases & Epidemiology Online network is an interactive and comprehensive tool used for diagnosis and reference in the fields of tropical and infectious diseases, epidemiology, microbiology and antimicrobial chemotherapy.
    • Global Health
      Global Health is a public health database that provides information on international health, biomedical life sciences, non-communicable diseases, public health nutrition, food safety and hygiene, and much more. This database contains more than 1.2 million records dating back to 1973.
    • Global Health Archive
      Global Health Archive covers 6 printed abstract journals produced between 1912 and 1983 and includes over 800,000 records. Global Health Archive provides information on public health, tropical and communicable diseases, nutrition, helminthology, entomology, and mycology.
    • Google Scholar
      Scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources.
    • GreenFILE
      Indexes scholarly and general interest literature on the relationship between human beings and the environment, with information on topics ranging from global warming to recycling to alternate fuel sources and beyond.
    • Health and Wellness Resource Center and Alternative Health Module
      Provides access to trusted medical reference materials, including nearly 400 health/medical journals, hundreds of pamphlets, over 700 health-related videos, and articles from 2,200 general interest publications.
    • Health Source: Consumer Edition
      This database is the richest collection of consumer health information available to libraries worldwide, providing information on many health topics including the medical sciences, food sciences and nutrition, childcare, sports medicine and general health. Provides access to nearly 80 full text, consumer health magazines.
    • Influenza Evidence-based Information Portal
      Key information for Pandemic H1N1 Influenza and the 2009-2010 flu season.
    • Journals@Ovid Full Text
      A complete collection of over 280 journals in the areas of nursing, medicine, and allied health.
    • Oxford Reference Online: Premium
      Includes the complete text of A Dictionary of Public Health and other reference titles.
    • PubMed
      The National Library of Medicine's premier bibliographic database that contains references to journal articles in the life sciences and biomedicine. It also covers nursing, dentistry, and veterinary medicine. Contains over 24 million citations from 5,516 journals. Coverage is from 1946-present.
    • R2 Digital Health Sciences Library
      A collection of e-books for the health science disciplines, including athletic training, nursing, pharmacology, physical therapy, and public/community health.
    • SAGE Premier
      Full-text articles from journals covering many subject areas including public health, health promotion, epidemiology, community health, and health policy.
    • ScienceDirect
      Over 1,800 science, technology, and medicine journals.
    • Social Services Abstracts
      Social work, human services, and related areas, including social welfare, social policy, and community development
    • Sociological Abstracts
      Sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences.
    • SpringerLink
      A collection of high-quality science, technology, and medicine resources including journals, book series, books, and reference works.
    • TOXLINE
      A resource produced by the National Library of Medicine that provides bibliographic citations and abstracts from the core journal literature in toxicology, covering all areas of toxicology, including chemicals and pharmaceuticals, pesticides, environmental pollutants, and mutagens and teratogens.
    • TOXNET
      Databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases.
    • Water Resources Abstracts
      Literature covering the characteristics, conservation, control, pollution, treatment, use and management of water resources.
    • Web of Knowledge/Web of Science
      Web of Knowledge/Web of Science is a multidisciplinary index to the journal literature of the sciences, the social sciences, and the arts and humanities.
    • WorldCat
      Catalog of materials in libraries worldwide.

    Public Health Librarian

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    Mansfield Library Room 328
    406.243.6017
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    Contact the Library

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

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