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PH 161: Introduction to Epidemiology

Adriana Poo

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0028

email: adriana.poo@sjsu.edu

Suzie Bahmanyar

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Suzie Bahmanyar
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4th Floor Administration
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0028

suzie.bahmanyar@sjsu.edu

Subjects: Communicative Disorders & Sciences, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, and Public Health 100W
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Public Health and MPH Students

Welcome!

Use this guide for Research and writing 

in Public Health 161: Introduction to Epidemiology

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"Cholera 395.1" by Sanatory Committee, under the sanction of the Medical Counsel, in New York City - New York Historical Society Wilford, John Noble. "How Epidemics Helped Shape the Modern Metropolis." The New York Times. April 15, 2008. - And "Plague in Gotham! Cholera in 19th-Century New York." New York Historical Society. April 04, 2008 - August 31, 2008.. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons.

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Phone: 1-408-808-2031 
Email:librarytechtrainer@sjsu.edu
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Public Health and MPH Students: Accounts

Your Library Account  is the same as your SJSU One Account (Student/Faculty ID # and your SJSUOne Password) 

Set up an ILLiad account with Interlibrary Loan so you can request articles from journals not owned by SJSU Library.

This is a FREE service, if we are not able to get the article because of the cost, we will let you know. 

For Department please select Health Science. 

Citation managers, such as Zotero and PaperPile are programs that allow users to collect, organize, and cite sources. They also allow for collaboration and some provide the ability to store and annotate PDFs within the system.

Why should you use a citation manager? 
  • Organize sources using folders, tags, and even group libraries for collaboration with people across the world. 

  • Many have browser extensions or integration with library software to make it easy to collect items with your research so you don't forget about the paper you saw 10 pages ago. 
  • Many integrate with Google Docs and/or Microsoft Word to make it easy to cite sources while writing. 

To learn more about citation managers and to get started, please visit libguides.sjsu.edu/citationmanagers/home.