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PH 251C: Causal Inference and Meta-Analysis in Epidemiology: Additional Article Databases & Grey Literature

More Databases to Search for Articles!

Big List of Databases

Still want more databases? See our Databases in Public Health guide for additional article and other databases

You may also wish to ask a librarian for advice on choosing databases for your research topic

Grey Literature

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

The Guides to Public Health Subjects consists of topical web pages; each consisting of annotated lists of organizations, agencies, databases, and publications. Topics include:
    • Environmental Health
    • Health Equity
    • Food/Nutrition
    • Maternal and Child Health
    • Health Program Planning, Policy, and Evaluation
and many more.

The Grey Literature Report is a bimonthly publication of The New York Academy of Medicine Library alerting readers to new grey literature publications in selected public health topics, including:
Nutrition
Obesity
etc.

Google and other search engines can be useful for finding grey literature. Improve your search using:
Quotes for phrase searching:
"social marketing"
Site: to specify a particular site or domain:
"social marketing" site:.org (for a domain search)
"social marketing" site:cdcnpin.org (for a specific site search)
Boolean search statements (eg, OR):
("social marketing" OR "audience segmentation")

Find Dissertations and Theses, including the full text of most dissertations from 1996 to the present.

National Technical Reports Library (NTRL): over 2 million current and archived technical reports from many government agencies; over 600,000 available full text online.

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