These sites will prove invaluable to you for your epidemiology paper. For links to the databases, where you will find peer-reviewed research studies, see the next tab.
How can I find scholarly research articles?
Research articles are typically found in research databases like PubMed, CINAHL and ScienceDirect, just to name a few. If you search for articles through the library’s website, you will have increased access to full text articles. (Often when searching through something like Google, you will be asked to pay to access research articles.)
We recommend going to http://library.mghihp.edu first. Our OneSearch tool searches all of our research databases at the same time and makes it easy to limit the results to scholarly, peer-reviewed sources. To use OneSearch, type your search terms into the search box at the top center of the website. Choose eArticles Only and click the Search button.
On the search results page, look for the option to limit the results to Scholarly Peer-Reviewed Journals.
You can also add additional filters like publication year, language, and more. Then browse the search results for an article that meets your needs.
If you would prefer to search individual databases, you can also access PubMed and CINAHL using the links below. These two databases are the most likely to have health promotion related content.
Public and Community Health Journals
Here are just some examples of the many journals we have that publish articles related to public health, community health, epidemiology and health promotion. Click the title for access options.