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SPI401B_Vulnerable populations and Covid_Howard

Catalog, databases, data, newspapers, zotero

Library Catalog

catalog.princeton.edu is a good starting point for books

A search for Healthcare  and UNITED STATES produces 2196 hits

A search for  "health care" "united states" produces 13910

Here is one to try

Poor—Medical care—United—States—States—Finance

Try a covid-19 and Medicaid search and

Sort by date

Look for a good subject heading

Restrict by 'online' on left hand side

Databases

Subject-specific databases are the most comprehensive. By using “controlled vocabulary”—a thesaurus—you can do a more efficient search than typing “Medicaid expansion” (or whatever your topic is) into Google, http://library.princeton.edu/ , JSTOR, Ebsco, or Proquest.

The “Databases” tab may be a good place to start instead of keyword searching in http://library.princeton.edu/

By Subject=Health

http://library.princeton.edu/databases/subject/health

Possibly relevant COMPREHENSIVE, BIBLIOGRAPHIC databases (all with thesauri)

Google Scholar

Google Scholar on your text “Health disparities in the United States : social class, race, ethnicity, and the social determinants of health / Donald A. Barr.”

            Limit by recent and/or covid

 Example of Article Express for “Alarm at the Gate—Health and Social Inequalities are Comorbid Conditions of HIV and COVID-19 

Data and summary statistics

Data on Health (Princeton DSS)

State and metropolitan area data book (many editions)

Statistical Abstract of the United States

For 1878-1949, use the Census site.

Sage Stats

Collection of more than 2,000 current and historical data series allowing comparison and ranking of US states on a variety of topics. View data as graphs, charts, or tables, all of which can be easily exported; export an entire series by saving an item to the Data Cart. Most series cover mid-1990s to present.

Current Index to Statistics 1975+

Bibliographic index to publications in statistics and related fields. References are drawn from 162 core journals (as of 2003) that are fully indexed, non-core journals from which articles are selected that have statistical content, proceedings and edited books, and other sources.

Newspapers, Zotero, and CMS

Newspapers

 

Zotero.org for Bibliographic Management (and Write and Cite in MS Word or Google Docs).  Workshop Sept 25th at noon

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Quality of Care Performance Measurement

 

Public Policy Librarian

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Elana Broch
Contact:
Stokes Library
ebroch@princeton.edu