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Alumni Guide: Library Resources for Public Health Lifelong Learning, Research, Productivity, and More: Books & Grey Literature

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Grey Literature

Grey Literature generally refers to publications not produced by commercial publishers, including reports (pre-prints, technical reports, statistical reports, market research reports, etc.), theses, conference proceedings, and other documents. They are often produced by government entities, research institutions, or NGOs/IGOs

The Public Health Library's Guides to Public Health Subjects consists of web pages by topic. Each page consists of annotated lists of organizations, agencies, databases, and publications. Topics include:
» AIDS/HIV
» Environmental Health
» Health Program Planning, Policy, and Evaluation
» Health Statistics and Data

Freely Available Dissertations and Theses Databases:

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