What’s New? New online public health resources

All these and more appear on the Public Health Library web site.

AMA Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors (Note: Access limited to UCB faculty, staff, and students.) “Everything you need to produce well-organized, clear, and readable manuscripts.” The complete guide is available online.

Data.CA.gov "was designed to provide a single source of raw data in the state. The centralized data repository allows the public to find, use, and repackage the volumes of data generated by the State. The data is provided in variety of formats including CSV, XLS, KML, TXT, and XML."

Healthy People 2020 focuses on 39 topic areas, each of which has an overview, objectives, and interventions and resources detailed for them on this website.

SciVee: Making Science Visible "With thousands of videos in its library, SciVee promotes knowledge discovery and collaboration, creates interest and broadens the audience for science. Working with the world’s top journals, societies, universities and research institutions, SciVee’s mission is to promote science in all subjects and levels."