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

OOMPH Library Resources: PHW 202 Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Health Status and Behavior: Find Articles & More

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Scroll down to use PubMed's Health Disparities Preformatted Search
as well as Additional Online Health Equity Resources

 

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Core Public Health Article Databases

Additional Article Databases

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PubMed's Health Disparities Preformatted Search

Use PubMed's Health Disparities search query to retrieve citations on health disparities/health equity topics; you can add additional terms to the query as needed:

  1. Go to the National Library of Medicine's Health Disparities & Minority Health Information Resources web page

      PubMed health disparities web page   

  2. Click the link near the top labeled MEDLINE/PubMed health disparities search . . . 
  3. » This will run the search in PubMed
    » You should see over 250,000 citations
  4. To further limit the search result you can:
    Add filters to the search (such as age, sex, publication date range, etc.). Use the Filters sidebar on the left; and/or,
    Add additional terms to the search:
    • Clear the PubMed search box and run a new search on your population, disease/condition, or other area of interest
    • Combine this search with the health disparities search by clicking Advanced (under the search box), scrolling down to History, and clicking Add to the left of each search. Then click Search to run the combined search

 

 

 

 

Additional Health Equity Resources