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Public Health: Complete Guide

Information on Citation

Citing Your Sources

If you are collecting references for a project, looking for information on how to cite within a particular discipline, or interested in using software to collect and automatically format your list of references in the proper citation style, the following pages may be of use:

If you are writing a paper for a course, ask your professors what citation style they recommend. If you are publishing a journal article in the health sciences, consult the instructions for authors database or the journal website to find out what citation style they require your references to be formatted in.

 

Finding and Using Ebooks

Finding and Using eBooks, Information for Mobile Devices

Core Databases for Finding Articles

Additional Databases

Evidence-Informed Resources

  • General Sites for Public Health Research Evidence (NCCMT) - Information resources broken down by the layers of the 6S Pyramid (Video on using search pyramids)
  • Health Systems Evidence (requires free registration) - Syntheses of research about governance, financial & delivery arrangements, and implementation strategies within health systems
  • DoPHER - Database of Promoting Health Effectiveness Reviews
  • Health Evidence - "Methodologically-sound reviews of health promotion and public health interventions published from 1985 to the present"
  • PDQ-Evidence for Informed Health Policymaking - Includes systematic reviews (syntheses) and overviews of reviews (synopses), with coverage including public health
  • CRISP: Cochrane Reviews Identified and Summarised for Policy
  • Learning Centre (National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools) - Learning modules to guide you through the steps of evidence-informed decision making
  • SUPPORT tool (SUPporting POlicy relevant Reviews and Trials (SUPPORT) Project) - "Can be used to design implementation strategies for evidence-based policies, with implementation strategies involving clients, communities, practitioners, organizations and public health systems."

Government and Related Agencies

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