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Public Health

Journal Article and Other Databases

Articles are indexed in many databases. No single database covers all journals. Depending on your topic, you may need to use several databases to find what you need. See Choosing and Using Library Databases for more tips.

Note that many of these sources only index journal articles -- they don't actually have the full text. Use the gold UC-eLinks button to do an automated search to find the full text, or search for the journal title in the UCLA Library Catalog.

How-To Guides

Beginning the research process can be overwhelming. The links below provide how-to steps for popular databases in Public Health. For a general primer on using any library database, see the Choosing and Using a Database guide.

UCLA students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to meet with librarians for in-depth consultations and personalized instruction on research topics, database mechanics, and other subjects. To request an appointment or more information, contact the Biomedical Library.

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