Journals by Subject
- Basic documents (World Health Organization) latest ed. only.
- BMC international health and human rights v. 1-, 2001-, BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2001- PMC
- Bulletin of the World Health Organization v. 1-, 1947-, WHOv. 1-, 1948- PMCv. 79-, 2001- Acad Search Prem
- Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Supplement v. 1, 3-7, 1948-49, 1952-53., PMC
- Clinical epidemiology and global health v. 1-, 2013-, ScienceDirect
- Conflict and health v. 1-, 2007-, BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2007- PMC
- Emerging microbes & infections v. 1-, 2012-, Naturev. 1-, 2012- PubMed Central"The purpose of EMI is to provide a forum to publish a wide range of scientific reports related to emerging infectious diseases, especially with new information from developing countries where such diseases are constantly arising and being discovered regularly. It will report discoveries of emerging microbes (bacteria, viruses, fungi and other pathogens) including their previously unknown phenotypic or genotypic characteristics, as well as cutting edge information associated with microbial mechanisms of pathogenesis, immune evasion and protection, clinical presentation and outcome, drug efficacy and its resistance, epidemiology and other issues important to global health."
- Global advances in health and medicine v. 1-, 2012-, PubMed Central, Full text delayed 12 months
- Global health action v. 1-, 2008-, PMCv. 1-, 2008- Co-Action
- Global health promotion v. 16-, 2009-, HighWire
- Global journal of health science v. 1-, 2009-, Can Cent Sci Educ
- Globalization and health v. 1-, 2005-, PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2005- BioMed Central
- Health promotion international v. 5-, 1990-, HighWire, Full text delayed 12 months
- Health research policy and systems v. 1-, 2003-, BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2003- PMC
- Human resources for health v. 1-, 2003-, BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2003- PMC
- International digest of health legislation v. 49-, 1998-, WHO
- International family planning perspectives v. 5-34, 1979-2008., JSTORv. 22, no. 2-v. 34, June 1996-2008. Acad Search Prem
- International family planning perspectives and digest v. 4, 1978., JSTOR
- International health v. 5-, 2013-, HighWirev. 1-4, 2009-12. ScienceDirect
- International journal for parasitology v. 1-, 1971-, ScienceDirect
- International journal of health planning and management v. 1-, 1986-, Wiley
- Journal of global health v. 1-, 2011-, PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2011- Univ Edinb
- Journal of global infectious diseases v. 1-, 2009-, PMC
- Lancet Global Health v. 1-, 2013-, ScienceDirect"Research, commentary, correspondence, and blogs on the following subjects as they pertain to low- and middle-income countries: reproductive, maternal, neonatal, and child health; adolescent health; infectious diseases, including neglected tropical diseases; non-communicable diseases; the global health workforce; health systems; and health policy."--Title screen.
- Pathogens and global health v. 106-, 2012-, IngentaConnect
- Southern med review v. 1-5, 2008-12., South Med Revv. 2-5, 2009-12. PubMed Central
- Stanford Service in global health journal v. 1-, 2009-
- Studies in family planning v. 1-, 1963-, JSTOR, Full text delayed 2 years+v. 30-, 1999- Wiley
- Tropical medicine & international health v. 1-, 1996-, Wileyv. 3-, 1998- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Weekly epidemiological record v. 45-, 1970-, WHO
- World health statistics 2005-, WHO
- World medical & health policy v. 1-, 2009-, Wiley
- World medical journal v. 50-, 2004-, World Med Assoc
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