Global Health (via EBSCO) contains information from journals, books, book chapters, conference proceedings, patents, theses and electronic only publications from more than 150 countries, going back to 1973. Subject coverage includes international health, biomedical life sciences, non-communicable and infectious diseases, public health nutrition, food safety and hygiene, occupational health, toxicology, health services, and maternal/child health. This database offers global coverage of both the developing and developed world with items in over 50 languages translated into English. A large proportion of the citations in Global Health are not in PubMed or other sources, so it is an indispensible resource for researching public health. NOTE: Access limited to UCB faculty, staff and students
The Public Health Library has created a Global Health Database Quick Guide to help get you started searching. In addition, mark your calendars for a drop-in Global Health instruction session: November 18, 1:00-2:30 pm, 450C Moffitt Library.