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Global Health

"Global Health gives researchers and students unparalleled access to all the world's relevant public health research and practice - providing knowledge without borders"

Now with over 2.8 million records!

For access to premium historical research (1910-1983) combine your subscription with Global Health Archive.

Global Health and Global Health Archive are available on CABI's platform CAB Direct (which re-launched in July 2016).

 

Global Health is the only specialist bibliographic abstracting and indexing database dedicated to public health, completing the picture of international medical and health research by capturing key literature that is not covered by other databases.

Derived from over 7,300 journals, reports, books and conferences, Global Health contains over 2.8* million scientific records from 1973 to the present. Around 190,000 records are added each year, and over 96% of these records include an English abstract.

Publications from over 100 countries in 50 languages are abstracted, and all relevant non-English-language papers are translated to give access to research not available through any other database.

The database's open serials policy and coverage of international and grey literature means that 40% of material contained in Global Health is unique to the database. Everything from proceedings, theses, electronic-only publications and other hard-to-find sources are included.

Global Health has a growing number of full text articles (over 76,900*) from journals, conferences, and reports.

*Figures correct as at January 2017.

 

Informing pubic health policy

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CABI’s Global Health database has a significant role to play in informing public health policy helping tackle current and emerging health problems across the developing world. Systematic reviews, which are increasing in scope and number, are an excellent tool for evidence-based public health and have a growing influence on policy. However, for them to be meaningful they need to draw upon trustworthy data. 

CABI’s Global Health database – does it have a role to play in informing public health policy? (PDF)

 

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Why choose Global Health?

- Global reach: captures international literature not covered by other databases, providing users with a truly global perspective.

- Unique: 54% of the journals contained in Global Health are not in PubMed: around 70% are not in Medline or Embase.

- Specifically selected: literature is selected by subject specialists.  Only relevant papers are included, and content is directed by an international editorial advisory board.

- Comprehensive: the interdisciplinary database covers all aspects of public health at both international and community level, as well as a wealth of material from other biomedical and life science fields

- Fulltext: Global Health provides selected full-text content of journals, reports and conferences from hard-to-find sources. 

 

Global Health Comparison

  • CAB Direct (CABI's own platform re-launched July 2016)
  • Dimdi
  • Dialog
  • OvidSP
  • EBSCO
  • Thomson Web of Knowledge
  • STN International

Global Health provides specialist bibliographic, abstracting and indexing to those dedicated to research within public health. It is especially useful to students, practitioners, researchers, health organisations, government and more.

“I have used Global Health to teach information skills to public health PhD students from a number of African countries who benefit from its coverage”.
John Eyers, Retired Librarian (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine), UK. Independent trainer and adviser.

 

“Global Health is a great resource that compliments MEDLINE and brings a needed international perspective.
Matt Wilcox, Edward and Barbara Netter Library, Quinnipiac University, USA.

 

“Global Health contains useful information…which can be adapted to each country’s or region’s specific health situation.”
Professor M Dora Feliciangeli, Editor, Boletin de Malariologia y Salud Ambiental and Global Health Editorial Board Member

 

Global Health has quickly proved to be an essential research tool across the School for staff and students alike, providing access to a wide range of information, much of which we would be unable to source elsewhere...a truly invaluable resource.”
Jane Falconer, Information Services Librarian, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

 

“We have whittled it down to what we believe are the essentials – Global Health and Medline”
Jean Shaw, Partnerships in Health Information, UK.

 

"Global Health database holds a high proportion of unique records in comparison to Medline." Results from ‘Accessing public health information: a preliminary comparison of CABI’s Global Health database and Medline’ (Health Information and Libraries Journal, Wiley, Aug. 2008).

 

Findings reported in Accessing public health information: a preliminary comparison of CABI’s Global Health database and Medline’ 

by Aalai E, et al.,Health Information and  Libraries Journal , 2009: Volume 26, pages 56-62, demonstrate the importance of Global Health to public health research:

"Global Health database holds a high proportion of unique records in comparison to Medline."

“The content of Medline is dominated by US (North American 57%) and European publications. Global Health has a more universal outlook, and it indexes more developing country periodicals than Medline.”

The people behind the product

The database is produced by CABI subject specialists and an international editorial board advises on its development.


The editorial board is made up of the following:

David Celentano, Professor of Epidemiology
John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA

Professor Michael McGinnis, Associate Director, Clinical Microbiology Laboratory,
Department of Pathology, University of Texas Medical Branch, USA.

Professor M Dora Feliciangeli, BIOMED - Universidad de Carabobo
Venezuela

Professor Guo Jiagan, Institute of Parasitic Diseases
Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China

Abel L. Packer, Pan American Health Organization
Sao Paulo

Maile Taualii MPH Ph.D. Director, Native Haiwaiian Epidemiology Center
Papa Ola Lokahi, Hawaii

Dr. Neil Pakenham-Walsh, Coordinator of the HIFA2015 campaign
Co-director, Global Healthcare Information Network, and current chair of the Dgroups Foundation.

Dr Kalifa Bojang, Senior clinical scientist (MRC Unit, The Gambia)
Head of Paediatrics, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital, University of Gambia.
Member of the WHO IVR/Global Malaria Programme Joint Technical Expert Group (JTEG) on Malaria Vaccines Entering Pivotal Phase 3 Trials.

Mellanye Lackey, Director, Health Sciences Library Global Engagement
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA

Dr. Claire Palermo, Senior Lecturer, Nutrition & Dietetics
Nursing & Health Sciences, Monash University, Australia

Biomedical life sciences

Food science:
Analysis of food composition and quality in relation to nutrition. Nutritive value of foods, food microbiology, food safety, food contamination.

Medical microbiology:
Drug resistance/susceptibility and virulence studies in clinical isolates. Biology of fungal pathogens, parasites and associated vectors.

Pharmacology:
Pharmacological effects of medicinal plant products, antimicrobials and antiparasitic drugs. Nutrient-drug interactions. Clinical trials and safety and efficacy studies. Antiparasitic and antifungal drug development.

Physiology:
Biochemistry and physiology of nutrients and food components in humans, animal models and at a cellular level. Includes bioavailability, nutrient absorption and uptake. Physiology of taste and appetite. Physiological effects of nutrient deficiencies and starvation.

Toxicology:
Toxicity and other adverse effects of pesticides, drugs, medicinal plants, radiation. Toxins and venoms of snakes and arthropods including biochemistry and physiology. Biology and metabolism of toxins in food.

 

Chronic diseases

Epidemiology:
Patterns of cancer, heart disease, allergy and other chronic diseases in the general population.

Management:
Managing chronic disease in resource poor settings. Use of traditional medicine

Mental health:
Epidemiology, risk factors, prevention and screening of mental disorders. Management in resource poor settings. Promotion of good mental health. Mental health impacts of disasters.

Prevention and treatment:
Preventing disease by e.g. diet and lifestyle or behavioural changes. Health promotion activities and screening.

Risk factors:
Studies of risk factors for chronic diseases including genetic factors and risk behaviours such as smoking. Diet influences on chronic diseases.

 

Diagnosis and therapy of disease

Clinical infectious and parasitic diseases:
Clinical diagnosis of infectious and parasitic diseases; screening for chronic diseases and latent infection including development of new methods.Treatment of infectious and parasitic diseases including clinical trials of safety and efficacy of drugs, use of drug combinations. Clinical aspects of infectious diseases. The body’s response to infection and immunization. Adverse and side effects of treatment.

Nutritional therapy and phytotherapy:
Use of medicinal plants and nutrients in treatment of disease. Clinical nutrition: parenteral and enteral feeding, therapeutic diets, nutritional assessment and nutritional support. Food supplements.

 

Environmental and occupational health

Environmental health and climate change:
Human diseases caused by environmental factors, poor environmental conditions or environmental destruction. Public health pests and allergies to fungi and insects, water-borne and soil-borne diseases, monitoring and effects of exposure to environmental factors including pollution, effects of climate change on health.

Food fraud, safety and hygiene:
Protection of the food supply from microbial, chemical and physical hazards or contamination that may occur during food production, handling, harvesting, processing, transport, preparation, distribution or storage. Includes any agent that enters the body through ingestion of food or beverage as well as hazard control systems.

Occupational health:
Occupation as a risk for specific diseases. Safety and hygiene, infectious diseases related to occupation. Work-related accidents/injuries, exposure to hazards in the work place, ergonomics for low-income and transitional economies. Health and safety and disease prevention in rural occupations.

Sanitation and water supply:
Water supply and quality. Water treatment methods and quality monitoring to reduce contamination and prevent spread of disease.

 

Epidemiology and biostatistics

Biostatistics:
Statistics applied to infectious diseases, epidemiological and nutritional research including modelling and methods. Health data such as mortality and morbidity rates. Population and demographic statistics. Life expectancy and disability adjusted life years (DALYS).

Epidemiology:
Aetiology, incidence and disease- or sero-prevalence of diseases in the general population or larger population groups, such as women or the elderly. Causes, incidence and prevalence of diseases. Molecular epidemiology and studies of risk factors for disease including genetic risk factors. Outbreak investigations.

 

Health promotion and wellness

Community health programmes:
Community interventions directed at reducing chronic diseases by improving exercise, diet and lifestyle and reducing infectious diseases by improving immunization uptake.

Disease prevention:
Disease surveillance and prevention activities in the general population including screening for disease, immunization and disease prophylaxis. Outbreak control and infection control.

Disseminating health messages:
Improving public health by use of communication programmes and materials to change behaviour via schools, mass media, extension services, universities and the community. Regional and national programmes.

 

Health systems

Health economics:
Economic impact of illness/specific diseases at individual/national level, economics of safety/hygiene at work, food safety, economics of public health and disease prevention/control, health service costs, socioeconomics, health insurance, traditional medicine costs, rural health economics, economic impact of crises/epidemics, development aid, emergency aid.

Health policy and planning:
All public health policy, planning and decision-making for health services at the regional, national and international level.

Health services:
Low-income and transitional economy health services: research, management, access to care, monitoring, delivery, organization, efficiency, use and cost. Health services in rural areas and for infectious diseases.

 

Infectious and vector-borne diseases and parasitology

Bacterial and viral diseases:
Epidemiology, transmission, diagnosis, clinical management and prevention of bacterial and viral diseases in humans.

Fungal and parasitic diseases:
All aspects from biology of the parasite or fungus to clinical management and prevention of diseases, and testing of antiparasitic and antifungal drugs. Includes reservoirs and intermediate hosts.

Medical entomology and mycology:
All aspects of medically important insect and arthropod vectors and arthropod parasites and diseases transmitted by them. From biology to clinical aspects.

Nosocomial diseases:
Diseases acquired in hospital. Epidemiology, diagnosis, clinical aspects and management. Disease transmission and prevention. Outbreak investigations, infection control and hand hygiene.

Zoonotic disease and veterinary public health:
Zoonoses in animals, transmission to humans, diagnosis, epidemiology, treatment, clinical studies and prevention in humans. Monitoring of wild animal reservoirs, and studies of disease vectors. Includes emerging diseases such as SARS, avian influenza, West Nile virus and foodborne zoonoses.

 

Nutrition and food sciences

Clinical nutrition:
Diet in treatment of disease. Parenteral and enteral feeding. Therapeutic diets and nutritional support. Nutritional assessment of patients. Deficiency diseases and malnutrition: pathology and treatment.

Food security:
Surveys of nutritional status of populations, degree of malnutrition and supply of food. Nutritional security. Improving the food supply and dietary diversity. Minimising postharvest losses. Use of fortification, supplements, emergency foods to improve food security. Food policy and economics.

Nutritional physiology and biochemistry:
Effects of nutrients, food supplements and food components on man and animal models. Digestion, absorption and uptake of nutrients, appetite, effects of fasting, physiology of taste. Biochemistry of vitamins and essential trace elements and minerals. Effects of deficiency.

Public health nutrition:
A population approach to the prevention of illness and the promotion of health through nutrition. Includes nutritional epidemiology, nutrition surveys, nutrition education and socioeconomics. Diet influences on chronic and infectious diseases. Nutrition policy, nutrient requirements, food fortification programmes, infant and child nutrition, growth, geriatric nutrition, assessment of nutritional status, and provision of nutrition services and programmes.

 

Public Health

Community health:
Patterns of disease, health inequalities, health determinants, health indicators in a defined geographical area or in particular groups of the population. Community-based interventions to promote health. Community participation in health interventions. Neighbourhood effects on health, e.g. effects of environment, traffic, housing, pollution, poverty, cultural attitudes.

Evidence-based public health:
Systematic reviews, meta-analyses, randomized controlled trials, case-controlled trials and cohort studies in epidemiology, diagnosis and clinical trials.

Geriatric health:
Changing patterns of disease associated with ageing, disease/injury epidemiology and prevention in the elderly. e.g. fall prevention, nutritional supplements, vaccination.

Implementation and practice:
Practical implementation of public health programmes, guidelines and policies, regionally, nationally and internationally.

Maternal and child health:
Health of mothers and children. Prevalence and incidence of infectious and non-communicable diseases. Newborn screening. Access to healthcare, disease transmission, perinatal and maternal mortality and morbidity. Family planning, disease prevention, nutrition, health education and promotion. Breastfeeding.

One Health:
Interactions with animals and environment that affect health, especially in the fields of zoonoses, food safety and environmental health. Control of disease in animals and crops to protect human health. Studies of reservoir hosts and disease vectors. Disease surveillance using sentinel populations. Effect of natural and built environment on health. Effects of pollution, climate change.

Refugee and migrant health:
Epidemiology, prevalence and incidence of infectious and noncommunicable diseases, diet and nutritional status, health services for refugees including access to and uptake of healthcare, emergency medicine. Cultural attitudes to care.

Rural health:
Health and disease patterns in rural populations. Health promotion and disease prevention activities. Access to health care and provision of health services. Occupational health and safety of farming, and rural occupations such as forestry. Pesticide safety and poisoning, as well as general farm safety.

Sexual and reproductive health:
Sexual health promotion and prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Sexual risk behaviours and attitudes to them. Epidemiology, transmission, diagnosis, treatment of STIs. Reproductive health promotion and disease prevention. Pregnancy screening. Antenatal care provision and maternity services in developing countries and rural areas.

Social medicine, behaviour and health inequality:
Relationships between health, disease and social conditions including: causes and patterns of disease, social health. Determinants andcauses of health inequality, e.g. socioeconomic status, education, housing, ethnicity, gender. Substance abuse including tobacco, alcohol, behavioural patterns and behaviour change, influences on behaviour such as advertising, health campaigns, partner violence and injury.

Women’s health:
Prevalence and contributing factors to partner violence and injury, health services for women, access to healthcare, health inequalities, education, sexual and reproductive health including female circumcision and fertility rates, mortality/morbidity, infectious diseases, chronic diseases, nutrition.

 

Public Health Emergencies

Bioterrorism:
In vitro, animal and human studies of potential bioterrorism agents such as those causing anthrax, smallpox, plague, tularaemia, viral haemorrhagic fevers, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, cholera, dengue, botulinum toxin and other toxins. Public health response, emergency preparedness and studies of incidents.

Disasters:
Natural and man-made, e.g. floods, droughts, conflict and wars, injuries, famine or epidemics related to these. Aspects include food aid, sanitation, water quality, emergency medical response, disease outbreak control. The impact on health of a disaster, disaster management and preparedness.

 

Tropical and international health

International health:
International efforts to reduce burden of global diseases and improve health. International programmes in developing countries and transitional economies to improve health and tackle diseases. Includes reports of international agencies on global disease activities.

Traditional medicine:
Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicines involving herbal components. Phytomedicines and phytotherapy. Pharmacological studies. Traditional medicine and its interaction with ‘western’ medicine in low-income countries, including adverse effects, utilization and costs. Use of herbal remedies and traditional healers.

Travel medicine:
Imported infections from tropical and other regions (bacterial, vectorborne, viral, fungal and parasitic): diagnosis, clinical aspects and prophylaxis. Travel advice guidelines, immunization and vaccination. Global epidemics fuelled by travel.

Tropical medicine:
Medicine in tropical and developing countries; infectious and parasitic diseases including neglected tropical diseases, disease vectors and arthropod parasites. Epidemiology and prevention of chronic diseases in developing countries. Treating disease in resource-poor settings. Neglected tropical diseases.

Tropical public health:
Public health in developing countries, health promotion, disease prevention, health education, e.g. reproductive and sexual health: provision of family planning and attitudes to it, STI and AIDS epidemic prevention efforts. Maternal and child health, including programmes to combat child malnutrition and prevent disease and improve health of the under fives. Effects of childhood and maternal malnutrition on health. Reducing maternal and perinatal mortality. All aspects of occupational health. Accident and injury prevention, e.g. from road traffic accidents.

 

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Title ISSN
D + C, Development and Cooperation 0721-2178
Dairy Science & Technology 1958-5586
Danish Dairy & Food Industry ... Worldwide 0904-4310
Danish Medical Journal 0907-8916
Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift 0106-6854
Daru - Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2008-2231
Dekoratyviuju ir sodo augalu sortimento, technologiju ir aplinkos optimizavimas = Optimization of Ornamental and Garden Plant Assortment, Technologies and Environment 2029-1906
Deltion tes Ellenikes Kteniatrikes Etaireias = Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society 1792-2720
Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders 1420-8008
Demographic Research 1435-9871
Demography 0070-3370
Dentistry Journal 2304-6767
Der Anaesthesist 0003-2417
Der Chirurg 0009-4722
Der Zoologische Garten 0044-5169
Dermatologic Therapy 1396-0296
Dermatology 1018-8665
Dermatology and Cosmetic 2008-7470
Desalination 0011-9164
Desalination and Water Treatment 1944-3994
Desarrollo y Sociedad 0120-3584
Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente 1518-952X
Desert 2008-0875
Deutsche Lebensmittel-Rundschau 0012-0413
Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 0012-0472
Developing Economies 0012-1533
Development (Cambridge) 0950-1991
Development (London) 1011-6370
Development and Change 0012-155X
Development in Practice 0961-4524
Development Policy Review 0950-6764
Development Southern Africa 0376-835X
Development Studies Research 2166-5095
Development, Growth & Differentiation 0012-1592
Developmental and Comparative Immunology 0145-305X
Developmental Biology 0012-1606
Developmental Dynamics 1058-8388
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 0012-1622
Developmental Neurobiology 1932-8451
Developmental Psychobiology 0012-1630
Developmental Psychology 0012-1649
Développement Durable et Territoires 1772-9971
DGaaE Nachrichten 0931-4873
Dhaulagiri Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 1994-2664
DHS Analytical Studies
DHS Comparative Reports
DHS Further Analysis Report
DHS Qualitative Research Studies
DHS Trend Reports
DHS Working Papers
Diabetes (New York) 0012-1797
Diabetes Care 0149-5992
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 0168-8227
Diabetes Series 1444-8033
Diabetes Spectrum 1040-9165
Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism 1462-8902
Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews 1520-7552
Diabetic Medicine 0742-3071
Diabetologia 0012-186X
Diabetologia Croatica 0351-0042
Diaeta 0328-1310
Diagnostic Cytopathology 8755-1039
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease 0732-8893
Dier en Arts 0920-2412
Differentiation 0301-4681
Digestion 0012-2823
Digestive Diseases 0257-2753
Digestive Diseases and Sciences 0163-2116
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 1935-7893
Disaster Prevention & Management 0965-3562
Disasters 0361-3666
Discussion Paper - Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Discussion Paper - Resources for the Future (RFF)
Discussion Paper - Statistics Norway Research Department
Discussion Paper - UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre
Discussion Paper Series - School of Economic Studies, University of Manchester
Discussion Paper Series - Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)
Discussion Paper, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) 1438-2172
Discussion Papers - Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik 1860-0441
Disease Markers 0278-0240
Disease Models & Mechanisms 1754-8403
Disease Surveillance 1003-9961
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 0177-5103
Diseases of the Colon and Rectum 0012-3706
Diskussionspapiere - Department für Agrarökonomie und Rurale Entwicklung, Universität Göttingen 1865-2697
Distributed Generation and Alternative Energy Journal 2156-3306
Diversity 1424-2818
Diversity and Distributions 1366-9516
Diyala Agricultural Sciences Journal 2073-9524
DMW die Milchwirtschaft 2191-0405
DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 1617-2795
DNA and Cell Biology 1044-5498
DNA Repair 1568-7864
Documenta Ophthalmologica 0012-4486
Documentos - Embrapa Gado de Leite 1516-7453
Documentos - Embrapa Uva e Vinho 1516-8107
Doklady Biochemistry and Biophysics 1607-6729
Doklady Biological Sciences 0012-4966
Domestic Animal Endocrinology 0739-7240
Dominguezia 1669-6859
Dos Algarves. A Multidisciplinary E-journal 2182-5580
Double Helix Research - International Journal of Biomedical and Life Sciences 2278-8301
Drewno 1644-3985
Drinking Water Engineering and Science 1996-9457
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 0376-8716
Drug and Alcohol Review 0959-5236
Drug and Chemical Toxicology 0148-0545
Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy 0363-9045
Drug Development Research 0272-4391
Drug Evaluation Research 1674-6376
Drug Resistance Updates 1368-7646
Drugs 0012-6667
Drugs & Aging 1170-229X
Drugs and Clinic 1674-5515
Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy 0968-7637
Drvna Industrija 0012-6772
Drying Technology 0737-3937
Duazary 1794-5992
Dugesiana 1405-4094
Düzce Üniversitesi Orman Fakültesi Ormancilik Dergisi 2148-7871