This guide details resources you may find useful for your study and research of Public Health Ethics.
Refer to OWL when you have questions about citing your resources. OWL also provides insights into the writing process, grammar, and much more!
Public Health practitioners will be called upon to speak and present information to varied audiences - sometimes without notice. Enhance your skills by referring to relevant books and reading articles published in discipline-specific journals and magazines. Hint: Locate other books by searching Novanet - or other catalogues - with subject headings such as:
Search Novanet, using keywords or subject headings, to locate books useful to your studies.
Examples of subject headings you can use to locate books include:
This list details some of the journals available to you; it is not comprehensive.
Search databases, such as Academic Search Ultimate, ABI/Inform, or Global Public Health to locate periodical articles (See: Find Articles tab).
While not scholarly, newspapers provide insights into regional perceptions of news, current awareness, and public opinion.