Various types of publications related to public health and safety.
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American Journal of Public Health
Published by the American Public Health Association (APHA).
American Medical News: AMNews
Weekly publication covering current events affecting physicians, the medical profession and the U.S. health care system, with full-text articles, archives, email alerts, newsfeeds and a mobile edition.
Building Bridges Newsletter
Published between 1995 and 1997. Designed to promote collaboration between traffic safety and public health professionals.
A leading review journal in public health, published once a year. Issues collect review articles on subjects such as prostate cancer, cohort study, vaccines, genetic epidemiology, and injury prevention.
International Journal of Epidemiology
Communication among those engaged in the research, teaching, and application of epidemiology of both communicable and non-communicable disease.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
Monthly international journal encompassing numerous aspects of epidemiology and public health.
Journal of Public Health Medicine
Focuses on current theory and practice within the entire spectrum of public health medicine. Evaluates causes of disease and methods of promoting good health.
Journal of the American Public Health Association. Journal contents, abstracts and author instructions. Searchable. [Subscription required for full-text.]
Public Health and the Environment
Quarterly newsletter published by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). Previous title was "Hazardous Substances and Public Health."
Public Safety Product News
Bi-monthly tabloid-sized magazine for Emergency Medical Service (EMS) professionals in fire departments, EMS/Rescue Response departments, and disaster preparedness agencies.
The Reports of the Surgeon General of the United States
Archive of official reports and conference and workshop proceedings on topics related to public health, including AIDS, smoking, disease prevention, mental health, violence, breastfeeding, organ donation, and health care delivery.
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