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Global Health

A subject guide for global health, development, and creative health.


Welcome to UCL Library Services. These pages have been put together to provide advice and resources to help with study, teaching, and research in subject areas relating to global health, development, and creative health.

Library staff can advise you on searching for literature to use in your academic work and we can help you to find the full text of books, articles, or other publications. Library Services manages UCL's online reading lists, which are available for many courses and modules, please let us know if you need any help with using those, or if there are any recommended resources that are not available in the library.

We can provide advice on referencing and on using reference management software, like EndNote, to add citations and references to your written work.

The library also offers research support in areas such as open access, UCL's Research Publications Service, bibliometrics, and research data management.

Use the menu on this page to see how the library can support your learning, teaching and research.

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Subject Collections

UCL's Global Health and Development Collection contains publications relating to global health and development, including public health, health economics, health policy, epidemiology, medical anthropology, gender, disability, nutrition, communicable and non-communicable diseases, mother and child health, environment, research methodology and study skills. For more information see the Books and ebooks section of this guide. 

Key literature databases for your subject area include: