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MPH Program Guide

Introduction

This guide provides resources to help you throughout your Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program. Included is information on library searching as well as selected eBooks, databases, eJournals, videos, and additional library guides that cover public health topics.   

Selected Library Resources

As you start to work on your courses in the MPH program, you will be asked to find supporting resources for your papers and projects. The library is a great place to start your research. 

Start Your Search at the Library Homepage

From the library homepage, you can use the "Everything" or "Articles" tabs to search all of the resources available through the Chamberlain Library. This is your best bet to find articles for your topic, no matter how obscure!

Help with Searching the Library

Databases

The databases listed below are ones that have literature on topics that may be of assistance when searching for public health topics. These are good bets when you want to search in an individual database rather than doing a broad search across multiple databases as you do when you do a search everything or search articles search. Don't see what you need? Head to the A to Z List of Databases to see everything the library subscribes to!

eBooks

Library eBooks cover public health topics as well. Use the search phrase of environmental health to find more titles from the Search eBook tab on the library homepage.

Selected Public Health Journals

EBSCO Public Health Journals

Elsevier Public Health Journals

OVID Public Health Journals

SAGE Public Health Journals

Kanopy Videos

This section provides links to two video collections from Kanopy that cover public health topics. Use this tab to go to the videos in the RX for Survival collection and click on the Unnatural Causes tab to go to that collection.

RX For Survival 

Unnatural Causes 


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