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(CAB Direct) Bibliographic coverage of the literature in international public health.
WHO regional and global indexes and directories including AIM (AFRO), LILACS (AMRO/PAHO), IMEMR (EMRO), IMSEAR (SEARO), WPRIM (WPRO), WHOLIS (KMS), and SciELO. Formerly called Global Health Library.
(Elsevier) Biomedical international database with strong focus on drugs and pharmacology, medical devices, clinical medicine, and basic science relevant to clinical medicine.
Access to scholarly literature in sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities published in leading open access journals from Latin American, Portugal, Spain and South Africa. 1997-
Database covering journals, conference proceedings, and other literature in the sciences & social sciences. Includes citation linking and tracking.
Multidisciplinary database covering journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities, with searchable cited references.
Search articles, books and more
HSL Librarian: Sarah Safranek
UW HSL guide to sources for local, state, national and international statistics and data in the field of health sciences.
IHME catalog of world's health and demographic datasets. Locate data providers, and search and download publicly available datasets.
Guide to health and health-related epidemiological and statistical information available from World Health Organization.
Funded principally by the Wellcome Trust.
Global disease alert interactive map. Children's Hospital Informatics Program. Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences & Technology.
(Alexander Street Anthropology) Collection of classic and contemporary cultural documentaries, online in streaming videos. Includes transcripts, field notes and video-clip making tools
A comprehensive collection of free top-quality courses and full text materials in the health sciences. Produced at U BC.
Repository of free lectures. Project produced at WHO Collaborating Center University of Pittsburgh.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Global Health Affairs.
Grant Resources Guide