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Free Public Health Databases

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SafetyLit – Access is freely available to all. Abstracts from scholarly peer reviewed journals, selected reports from government agencies, university-based research centers, and professional organizations on injury prevention research. Maintained at San Diego State University.

Sage Family Studies Abstracts – Available only by subscription.

Sage Race Relations Abstracts – Available only by subscription.

Science Citation Index Expanded – Access is restricted to UMMS/UMMHC workstations or by proxy service. Covers 150 scientific areas. Includes 5,900 journals from medical research and clinical fields as well as from the "hard" sciences. Investigate particular subjects and see who is citing specific articles and authors.

SciFinderĀ® – Access is restricted to UMMS workstations or by proxy service. A research tool that allows you to explore the CAS databases for literature from many scientific disciplines. SciFinder is now on the web; the client will not be available after 3-15-09. Contact Sally.Gore@umassmed.edu for a personal login and password.

SEER, Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results – Access is freely available to all.

SIGLE (System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe) – Available only by subscription.

Smoking & Health Resource Library – Access is freely available to all. Contains abstracts of tobacco-related articles from medical and professional journals; books and book chapters; dissertations; reports; conference proceedings and conference papers; government documents from federal, state, local, and foreign entities.

Social Sciences Citation Index® – Available only by subscription.

Social Services Abstracts – Available only by subscription.

Social Work Abstracts Plus – Available only by subscription.

Sociological Abstracts – Available only by subscription.

SPORTDiscusā„¢ – Available only by subscription. Database of sport, health, fitness, and sports medicine literature.

STD Communications Database – Access is freely available to all. A tool to help public health practitioners create specialized sexually transmitted disease (STD) prevention programs. From the Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Sugar Industry Abstracts – Available only by subscription.