Trial of Global Health Database

June 1, 2009 at 1:46 pm Leave a comment

Global Health Database is a comprehensive public health resource, including core public health journals not indexed by other major medical databases.

Journals covered include:

Health Promotion international, Health Policy and Planning, European Journal of Public Health and Journal of Public health.

Subjects covered include:

Infectious Diseases; Toxicology; Epidemiology & Public Health; Physiology; Geriatrics; Behavioral Science; Alternative Medicine; Food Science & Technology; Nutrition & Dietetics; Evidence-Based Medicine; Microbiology; Nutrition/Diet Therapy; Occupational & Environmental Medicine; Women’s Health; Immunology

To access:

Go to Athens

Log into “MyAthens” to the left of the screen with your NHS Athens password.

Once you’ve logged in, on the right hand side of the screen you should see a section called “recent resources” and under this heading a link entitled “Ovid online” should be visible, click on this link. On the next page click “continue” and then select the “Global Health” link.  This should then take you through to the database.

The trial is running now until the end of June


Entry filed under: electronic resources, healthcare databases.

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