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From the UC Berkeley Public Health Library: Resources for Reporting on Public Health

From the UC Berkeley Public Health Library: Resources for Reporting on Public Health

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A few months ago, I conducted a seminar on using library resources for public health reporting. It was presented to students in the UC Berkeley School of Journalism's Reporting on Public Health class.

I created a web guide for the session which I hope will be of use to folks beyond UC Berkeley. Please note that several of the web resources listed are restricted to UC Berkeley students; these are indicated by a note in the annotation. If you are affliated with a university, you may have access to some of these resources; contact your librarian for details.

Take a look at the web guide; let me know what you think.

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