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Public Health Information Resources

This guide has resources and information to support study and research for the Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (MEZCOPH).

Searching and Databases

The Arizona Health Sciences Library (AHSL) is the best place to start when looking for primary resources. Some databases will be essential to your studies, like PubMed, Embase, PsycINFO and even Google Scholar.  All of these are one to two clicks away on the main page. There are also some helpful tutorials to get the most out of your search. 

Managing and Citing Your Research

Once you have found your research articles, you need a way to keep them organized and accessible.  Citation Managers (such as EndNote, Zotero and Mendeley) are the best solution.  Use our hands-on guide to sign up and explore EndNote Basic. 

To avoid improper citation and plagiarism, explore the resources and guidelines on the library's Write and Cite resource page. This page also has many useful links to writing, research and publishing resources.

Evaluating Websites and Online Resources

You may also need to search the web for consumer health information or other health resources. Use the following tutorials and links to learn how to evaluate health information across the internet: