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Public Health: Home

Comprehensive guide to library and open resources that support Purdue students, staff, and faculty with Public Health research and publication.

Libraries Update

Hi Everyone,

As a reminder doing these turbulent times, all of the libraries' electronic resources will remain available to you off campus using your Purdue career account information. If you experience any issues logging in please try a different browser and/or closing out your current browser and trying again. If you continue to have access issues please contact me and we will work to troubleshoot any issues. I am also available for remote consultations for research help questions, please use the email me button in the profile box to reach out for help


Thank you and stay safe,



Welcome Public Health students and researchers, this guide is designed to help connect you to the resources you need for your studies and research. I am the liaison librarian for Public Health and I am available to talk with you about your research via email, phone, or in person. I enjoy meeting and talking with students and faculty about their research, so please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you might have.

General Library Resources

Interlibrary Loan (ILL): is a service provided free of charge to Purdue students, staff, and faculty. Many of our databases have an icon called "Find It @ Purdue Libraries" that you can click to check if we have the full text or access to that resource. If we do not have full text, you will see an option to "Request via Interlibrary Loan". For articles requests are generally completed within 2 business days, while physical items will take longer depending on how far away the lending library is. Please note, textbooks cannot be requested through this service.


The Graduate School offers a variety of professional development workshops and trainings, including some offered by the library. For a calendar of workshops taught by the libraries check our guide. To register for a workshop and see additional offerings check the graduate school webpage 


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Jason Reed
Library of Engineering and Science
Wilmeth Active Learning Center (WALC), 3053D
Subjects: Medicine & Health