The Public Health Database is the ideal starting point for public health information for students, teachers, researchers, and professionals. It delivers core public health literature from thousands of publications, much of it in full text. With journals, dissertations, videos, news, trade publications, reports, and more, the database covers a wide variety of disciplines ranging from social sciences to business to biological sciences. Journal results are indexed from core literature collected from a variety of publishers using appropriate public health terminology.
Users can also access current newspaper articles to uncover the latest breaking news pertaining to public health, such as flu pandemics, disaster preparedness, and obesity. In addition, thousands of full-text dissertations offer in-depth scholarly insights into important topics such as biostatistics, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, health services administration, international public health, maternal and child health, and occupational safety and health.
The Public Health Database offers rounded coverage from various disciplines and helps researchers find relevant information quickly.
It pulls together information from the social sciences, business, and biological sciences from a variety of publishers and covers current public health news stories, offering timely articles on the latest breaking topics pertaining to public health, such as flu pandemics, disaster preparedness, and obesity.
The database offers access to core public health journals. Users can access leading publications including American Journal of Public Health; Epidemiology and Infection; Public Health Nutrition; Aids Education and Prevention; and New England Journal of Medicine enhanced with specific public health terminology.