Information resources and research tools for FSIL students studying Community Health Nursing. Les ressources d'information et des outils de recherche pour les étudiants qui étudient FSIL soins infirmiers en santé communautaire.
Last Updated: Nov 6, 2013
Welcome to a research guide for your course in Community Health Nursing. All of the research and reference information sources presented in this research guide are quality sources and freely available. We hope that you will continue to use these information resources after the period of your course.
PubMed/Medline is the primary index for biomedical journal literature. It is funded by the federal government and freely available to the public. If you access PubMed through HINARI, you will get links to fulltext articles if available through HINARI.
- HINARI: Access to Research in Health Programme
HINARI is provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) with major publishers enable low countries to access to a large collection of biomedical and health literature. Up to 12,700 journals, up to 24,900 e-books, up to 70 other information resources are now available to health institutions in more than 100 countries and regions for use by health workers and researchers.
- PopLine (POPulation information onLINE)
Covers family planning technology and programs, fertility, population law/policy, demography, maternal & child health, AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, reproductive health programs, women in development, and health care communication.
- BioMed Central
Highlighting the latest BMC open access journal articles and resources.
- Public Library of Science
Open access journal biomedical and health journal literature
- Hesperian- Ressources en Français
An openly- accessible collection of community health publication resources in French.
- Organisation Panamericaine de la Sante - Haiti (en francais)
Pan American Health Organization's Haiti site.