UWM Libraries collections and resources were augmented due to a $60,000 grant from the School of Public Health. These electronic journals and databases were suggested by faculty, highly ranked by librarian and health specialists, and chosen with the School's research and degree programs in mind. Remote access is available.
CAB Direct (database) (includes Global Health Archive)
Statistics in Medicine
These titles complement and expand on the UWM Libraries substantial existing resources in the field of public health.
The UWM Libraries is contained within the Golda Meir Library building, directly north of the Student Union. The Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons, on the first floor of the west wing of the library, is open 24 hours a day, Sunday through Thursday during fall and spring semesters.
The UWM Libraries homepage is the starting point for researchers who wish to access the libraries' resources. From here you can utilize online databases, electronic journals, online forms and much more.
MUCH more than books and journals
To get help with your research, you can contact a librarian by calling the Research Help desk at (414) 229-4659 or by coming into the library during regular hours.
For help 24/7, you can chat with a librarian or submit your question for an email response.
For help researching a topic, contact the librarian who specializes in your subject area.
Mary Boulanger, UWM Health & Life Sciences Librarian Emeritus, created this Public Health Research Resources guide in 2010 and edited it until her January 2016 retirement.
Ellis McLaughlin, Research Services Intern, contributed content and editorial assistance in 2016.