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Population health sciences: Recommended

Population health sciences seeks to improve the health of populations and communities in southwest and southside Virginia, the Commonwealth, Central Appalachia, the nation, and beyond by training future public health leaders.

About this guide

Welcome to the Population Health Sciences Subject Guide from VT University Libraries. 

My name is Ginny Pannabecker, your liaison librarian (see my photo and contact info in the right-hand side column). This guide includes key resources for Population Health Sciences and Public Health research. Please contact me anytime with questions, or to set up a research project consultation - individually, or for a group.

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On the Information Sources page:

  • Topic Overview sources - get to know a topic
  • Recommended Databases - citations and abstracts of research literature
  • Health Data
  • Tests & Measures

Other pages on this guide:

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Health, Life Science, and Scholarly Communication Librarian

Ginny Pannabecker
Contact:
vpannabe@vt.edu
Newman Library, Room 4062
540-231-7980

Office Hours are Flexible:
Contact me to arrange an appointment at: vpannabe@vt.edu

Subjects: Biology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, Human Nutrition Food & Exercise, Medicine, Neuroscience, Population Health Sciences (Public Health), Psychology, Systems Biology
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