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Global Health Resources at the University of Iowa

The University of Iowa Libraries provide many resources, both electronic and print, to support the interdisciplinary Global Health Studies Program and the global health concerns in the College of Public Health.


Library liaisons for the Global Health Studies Program are

Janna Lawrence (Hardin Library for the Health Sciences) 319-335-9870

Edward Miner (Main Library) 319-335-5883

 

Library liaison for the College of Public Health is

Chris Childs (Hardin Library for the Health Sciences) 319-335-0949

 

InfoHawk Catalog vs. Smart Search

The University of Iowa Libraries homepage is your gateway to library resources including the InfoHawk Catalog, journal article databases, electronic journals and books, reference materials, and many more web-based resources.

Smart Search is a tool for conveniently searching the InfoHawk Catalog (for books and videos) and a number of other digital resources. Note: Physically browsing in either the Main Library or Hardin Library for the Health Sciences is another great search strategy. To find call number ranges associated with specific subject areas, see the Library of Congress Classification Outline.

Use the InfoHawk Catalog or Smart Search to look for books and films in the Main Library and Hardin Library for the Health Sciences.

To locate peer-reviewed journal literature in Global Health Studies and related disciplines, search databases under the "Find Articles" tab.

Library Liaison

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Janna Lawrence
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Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
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Bibliographer for African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Studies

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Edward A. Miner, PhD
 
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