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Encyclopedia Public Health by
Call Number: e-book
Publication Date: 2003-11-01
Aimed at the nonspecialist reader interested in health and medicinal issues, the Encyclopedia examines a broad range of topics such as environmental health, drug abuse, epidemiology, nutrition, demographics and diseases. Includes overviews, definitions and biographical entries. appropriate for upper class high school and university students, professionals and the general public. 4 volumes.
The Gale Encyclopedia of Public Health by
Call Number: e-book
Publication Date: 2013-06-06
Alphabetically arranged encyclopedia contains approximately 257 entries pertaining to important public health concerns. Topics include diseases and conditions, health and wellness efforts, nutrition, ethics and law related topics and statistics, sanitation issues, and everyday environmental effects.
Digital collection of historical newspapers, public health reports and bulletins, and other materials relating to the 1918-1919 influenza epidemic, including analyses of the civic response and the political and economic ramifications on a U.S. city-by-city basis. From the University of Michigan Center for the History of Medicine and Publishing.
A high quality systematic review should:
- Identify all relevant published and unpublished evidence on a specific research topic
- Select studies or reports for inclusion
- Assess their quality
- Synthesize the findings in an unbiased way
- Interpret the findings and present a balanced and impartial summary
A helpful resource for systematic reviews: the Community Guide for evidence-based findings of the Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF). Here you'll find systematic reviews for public health, with reviews on specific public health topics containing findings and recommended interventions. Filter the results by "topic," "audience," "setting," and more.
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