Evidence Based Practice for Public Health provides a number of databases both free and subscription based. UM Library holdings include some of those that require subscription. Please look them up by title either in the Nursing and Health Studies Research Guide or place the title in the box search box below.
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Resources
Covid End (McMasters University - a time limited forum)
CDC Community Health Improvement Navigator
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Provides information on a wide range of subjects Medicine, Political Science, Science, etc.
Disaster Information Management Resource Center From the NIH
Evidence-Based Practice for Public Health Project (Lamar Soutter Library, UMass Medical School)
Finding and Using Research Evidence
Grey Literature Report 1999-2016
From the NY Library of Medicine, it alerted readers to grey lit. publications in health services research and selected urban health topics.
2017 no longer available but resources are still available.
Grey Literature Publishers List
From Grey Lit Report, see for links to every conceivable organization, association, partnership, society that is about or associated with health or public health.
Most produce publications.
National Academies - Health & Medicine Division See About- FAQ section to learn about the this private, non profit organization.
Information system on grey literature in Europe. Covers science, technology, biomedical science, ecnomics, Social Science and humanities
Provides access to technical research reports, doctorial dissertations, some conference papers and offical publications, and other types of grey lit.
The world’s most comprehensive collection of population, family planning and related reproductive health and development literature.
A nonprofit publisher, innovator and advocacy organization which publishes peer-reviewed Open Access journals, and other resources including collections, "channels", and blogs.
Public Health Partners (PHP)
A collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations and health sciences libraries. Highly recommended resource.
Healthy People.gov 2020 & 2030
Also a very highly recommended resource. Use tabs to navigate to Topics, Leading Health Indicators, Data Search, and more (National Library of Medicine, NIH, PHPartners)
Public Health Bibliographic Databases (Lamar Soutter Library, UMass Medical School | PDF)
National Academies - Health & Medicine Division See About-FAQ section to learn about the this private, non profit organization.
Roper Center for Public Opinion Research See user webpage at Stanford University
TRIP Medical Database (also for public health) Provides the level of evidence for each study.
Learn to use RefWorks -- classes will be held in the Information Literacy Lab, third floor, Richter Library Tuesday, 2/12; Friday, 3/1; Wednesday, 3/27; Monday, 4/15.
For additional information about using RefWorks see the RefWorks Guide by Bill Jacobs.
For information about using EndNote see the Endnote Guide.