Getting the most from NNLM: Public Health
Posted by Kathy Downing on February 20th, 2020
Posted in: Blog, How To, PHDL Resources, Public Health
Sarah Levin-Lederer’s recent post for the New England Region (NER) of the NNLM highlighted a number of resources, tutorials and classes geared towards the NNLM’s public health partners.
- National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology (NICHSR ONESearch) allows public health professionals, researchers and the interested public the ability to search multiple databases for information on archived, completed and ongoing social and behavioral intervention research. Results can be filtered by Project Status, Performing Organization, Funding Organization, Initial and Final Year, State and more. NICHSR ONESearch also has datasets and methodologies.
Learn more about doing research and building searches in PubMed and Disaster Lit using self-paced tutorials:
For more information, see Sarah’s full post at Getting the Most from NNLM: Public Health
ABOUT Kathy Downing
Kathy Downing is the Public Health Digital Library Coordinator for the NNLM Public Health Coordination Office.
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