About This Guide
This Guide was developed to provide links to resources and services, in multiple formats -- available from local, regional, national and global sources.
Be sure to check the Databases page, within this Guide, for assistance in searching specific databases for articles related to the complex issues of the public's health.
NOTE: E-books may only be available to Nebraska Methodist College students, faculty and staff & Methodist Health System physicians and employees.
Milestones in Public Health
"Quality information is essential for improved health." (MLA - Medical Library Association)
The Internet can be a great source for information and research as long as you carefully evaluate the websites you find there.
Things to Consider:
- Authorship (who is responsible for the information)
- Accuracy (how accurate)
- Currency (how current)
- Publishing Body (consider URL such as .com, .org, etc)
- Point of View (the bias)
- Appropriateness (how will this affect your research)
In support of the information needs of its users, John Moritz Library provides links to resources maintained by other information providers. While we make every reasonable effort to post to active and operational links, we cannot guarantee their currency or the accuracy of the data itself. Users should properly evaluate Internet resources according to their academic and research needs. If you discover an obsolete link, please report it to John Moritz Library staff in person, by phone (402) 354-7251, or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a list of some general websites. There are many others noted on other Pages within this Public Health LibGuide.
We extend our thanks to the following individuals for their permission to use content from the LibGuides they created:
|Debbie Berlanstein, Public Health Liaison; Health Sciences & Human Services Library; University of Maryland; Baltimore, MD|
|Alex Gomes, Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library; George Washington University in Washington D.C.
|Cindy Graham; St. Katherine University Library; Minneapolis Campus, 445A; Minneapolis, MN.|
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