Workshops for RSPH

Attend sessions and learn how to effectively and efficiently identify, obtain, and organize the reliable information you will need as a student and in your professional career. See the Information Services Road Map to help plan for sessions.  Click here for scheduled sessions or contact us via Ask a Librarian to organize a session for 3 or more people.

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SPH Orientation-RoadMap Introductory session for new Public Health Students to introduce effective methods to quickly access, retrieve, and manage reliable information. Offered Fall Semester. PDF
PubMed for Public Health Essential features of this major biomedical database; includes effective techniques to search for and locate articles, how to narrow results, linking to related articles, accessing full-text, and how to display, print, and save results. PDF
Thesis and Systematic Literature Review for Public Health Overview of the literature review process, focusing the topic, finding background information, sources for peer-reviewed studies, identifying and selecting publications, organizing and managing results.
Finding Data for Secondary Analysis Identifying public-use data sets for analysis; how to navigate the WHSC Library Data Blog and search by title or subject. Worksheet
Introduction to Epi Info 7 Navigate the CDC's public domain statistical software for epidemiology and look at key features.
Systematic Literature Reviews Explore the initial planning process and the tools to have in place before beginning a review.  Flow Chart
Creating Bibliographies with EndNote Discover a software system which organizes references and formats citations for papers and theses.