Welcome to the Master of Public Health guide!
If you have questions or comments about this guide, please contact Jan McCartney, Librarian for the School of Health Sciences Diploma, Certificate and Bachelor Programs; Dennis Johnson, Librarian for the School of Health Sciences Associates Programs; or Anna Phan, Learning Services Coordinator for the School of Health Sciences.
Now that you are a graduate student, your research is expected to be of a high caliber than in your undergraduate degree. It's important that you use primarily peer-reviewed sources to back up your work. Explore the FAQs below for more information.
Are you having trouble finding academic sources for your research? Are you not sure which database to try or how to formulate a search strategy?
Chat with any librarian at this link or make an appointment with the Health Sciences librarian using the button below.
Below you will see some suggested databases for finding articles from academic and peer reviewed journals in the Master of Public Health program.
Use the video below to learn more about refining your search results.
eBooks can be a great source for supplemental material on the topics you are learning about in your program. Here are the two main databases where you can find academic eBooks on healthcare topics:
Below, you will find a sampling of titles of interest to this program.