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.
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|