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Use the Browzine app on your iPad or Android tablet to read almost all the Library's eJournals from 2005 onwardsthe

  • It's fast and user friendly.
  • Easily find, read and keep track of the latest articles published each week or month.
  • Save to Zotero, Mendeley, Dropbox and others. Email articles, or save to read offline.
  • Choose "Open in.." to open PDFs in another PDF reader on your tablet to annotate.
  • Publishers supported by Browzine
  • It offers some support for publish-ahead-of-print content

BrowZine is available from the App Store, Google Play or the Kindle/Amazon Store. Check to see if your device is supported.



Welcome to the Public Health Subject Guide! 
This guide has been designed to provide an overview of resources available to study and  research in public health.

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Where do I start?

I am after some really basic public health information.

Where and how do I find good articles?

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 Where can I find systematic review resources ?

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Off-campus access and Help

About off-campus access to eResources

Troubleshooting off-campus access

Help is only a phone call away, or use the Ask a Librarian service to ask a question or arrange a research appointment.

Are you working in a teaching hospital, or a research centre affiliated with the University, but you are not sure who to contact for help? See FLL contacts for Clinical Schools and Research Centres.

Obtaining articles and books off-campus

Information for distance postgraduate students

To arrange a training session at your clinical school or research centre contact your Academic Liaison Librarian


Distance Services & Document Delivery Guide

See the Distance Services & Document Delivery Guide  to get started.

Please register as a Distance Client before requesting items for delivery to clinical school locations.

When you place document delivery requests, please list your hospital location when completing the document delivery form. Items requested by document delivery must be returned to any University Library either in person or via post - do not return these items to your hospital library.

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      Resources focusing on the use of statistics in health and medicine and epidemiology.
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      This guide is aimed at medical students and the resources and online tools useful for them.

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