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Health Sciences: Home

Guide to resources for assessment tasks in health issues, health education and public health

Welcome

Caulfield Library external photoHealth Sciences is taught at the Caulfield campus and covers health issues, health education, and public health.

These pages are a guide to locating relevant resources for assessment tasks. Collections supporting these subjects are held in the Caulfield Library, the Peninsula Library, and the Hargrave-Andrew Library.  The affiliated teaching hospital libraries also hold medical collections.

Whether you are on-campus or online, you will find library resources and programs that are academically relevant to your learning, teaching, and research. Our librarians can work with you to develop your research skills, citing and referencing, and help you to access services and resources in the Library. In 2021, we will continue to offer virtual drop-ins via Zoom.

Our blog - Adjusting to online learning and other things you did not anticipate this year was made in 2020, but still has some relevance in 2021.

Other useful guides::

Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences

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Introduction to Public Health

Now includes a new bonus chapter on Learning from the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Connecting Care for Patients Interdisciplinary Care Transitions and Collaboration

Connecting Care for Patients: Interdisciplinary Care Transitions and Collaboration addresses practical strategies for creating connected, seamless, and transparent health care for patients in settings outside of the hospital.

Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

The new second edition of this forward-thinking text goes beyond the discussion of health disparities to highlight the importance of health equity.

Community and Public Health Education Methods a Practical Guide

Updated and revised to keep pace with changes in the field, the fourth edition of Community Health Education Methods: A Practical Guide teaches students to effectively communicate health education messages and positively influence the norms and behaviors of both individuals and communities.

Mass Appeal

Public policy education is oriented around the development of innovative ideas for how to improve governance and make society better. However, it undervalues a critical tool for translating policy ideas into action: the ability to communicate ideas broadly, strategically, and effectively.