The data sources below are highly recommended to help you in your research:
The UM Libraries offer a range of training for research students that will assist with the production of literature reviews including:
- Sessions on searching electronic databases
- Using the bibliographic management software EndNote to download records
- Library catalogue searching
- Subject resources
- Research skills
- Off-campus student orientation
Please contact Nedelina Tchangalova, your Liaison Librarian, for more details.
The University of Maryland Libraries have many resources that will help with the research for your HLTH 490 grant proposals.
If you are having trouble with any aspect of what has been covered in this guide, don't hesitate to contact a reference librarian. The librarian covering the School of Public Health is Nedelina Tchangalova - feel free to contact me, or just drop by for assistance in finding and evaluating articles, properly citing your references, etc. Visit my office hour on Wednesdays, 2-3 pm at the School of Public Health, Room 0226.
Reference librarians are here to assist faculty and students at the University of Maryland in finding appropriate sources of information for their specific needs - so take advantage of this resource.
Class textbook with relevant chapters on:
- Health literacy (Chapter 11)
- Cultural competence (Chapter 2 and Chapter 4--with reservation)
- Theory-based approaches (Chapter 5 and Chapter 8)
- Program planning (Chapters 6 and Chapter 7)
- Evaluation (Chapter 9)
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