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Public Health Resource GuideClick here to chat with a librarian

Find resources for Public Health, including eBooksjournalsdatabasesguidelineseducation and trainingwebsites and patient informationmultimedia, and research by clicking through the blue tabs above. If you have suggestions for additional guides or require research assistance, contact us at

Prevention Works

Prevention Works is a series of conversations with some of our nation's top public health researchers. Join host Gretchen Miller as she brings together policy makers and researchers to discuss how the Prevention Centre is finding new ways of addressing Australia’s greatest health challenge: lifestyle-related chronic disease.

Public Health on Call

Evidence and experts to help you understand today’s public health news—and what it means for tomorrow.

Public Health Spotlight Podcast

Stories, inspiration, and guidance to build your dream public health career.

SAGE Public Health

SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The CDC YouTube channel has a variety of videos available for consumers and health professionals regarding public health.

The below video, Bringing the Public Into Public Health, is presented by Dr. Michael Johansson. He describes the use of internet-based participatory surveillance to collect community health data. 


The TEDTalks YouTube channel has multiple videos on public health.

The below video, 'It's time to rethink public health', is presented by social epidemiologist Shivani Patel who provides sobering insights into the numbers and makes a case for effective public health grounded in equity and data. Shivani A. Patel is a social epidemiologist whose ongoing research focuses on cardio-metabolic diseases. 

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