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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

New Public Health Books: Current New Books & eBooks

For your reading enjoyment . . .

Here are listed a selection of Public Health books and ebooks* recently acquired by the UC Berkeley Library.

*While the library buildings are closed, only online books will be added to this guide.

Use OskiCat to find books & ebooks.

You are welcome to recommend a book purchase.

You may also wish to visit the guide to eBooks in Health, Medicine & More.

Featured Topic: Air (A Thank You to Dr. Kirk Smith)

Featured Topic: Pandemics, Outbreaks, Viruses, and More

Off Campus Access to Library Resources

Off-campus access is limited to current UCB faculty, staff and students. Choose one of the following methods:

Library Proxy (aka EZproxy) 
When you click on a link to an article, database, etc., (in a browser or on a mobile device) you will be prompted to authenticate via CalNet.
When you click on a resource link found via a search engine or a non-UCB Library webpage, you will need to use a bookmarklet to access the licensed resource.

Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Download and install the VPN client to allow access the UC Berkeley licensed resources.
Make sure you select Library Access - Full Tunnel VPN when you log on
VPN FAQ

New Journal Access: Annals of Internal Medicine Backfiles

The Library recently purchased the backfiles of Annals of Internal Medicine.

We now have online access to the entire run of this journal, from Issue 1 (July 1927), to the current issue.

Featured Topic: Teaching and Learning Health/Medicine

Featured Topic: Water

Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library

Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library home page

Questions? Ask a librarian!

We are located in the Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library
(Although the library building is closed, we continue to provide services to our campus communities)

You are welcome to email a librarian.

Here is more information on getting help with your research.