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Task Force-specific Guides Spring 2022

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Library Catalog

The library IS a good starting point.  Repeat after me: library.princeton.edu, library.princeton.edu, library.princeton.edu  

No need to Google it.


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

Let's practice converting a "keyword search "into a search using "controlled vocabulary" --the Library of Congress Subject Headings. For example, Obamacare, or Covid-19, or anything you'd like to try.

Alternatively, you can explore possible Library of Congress Subject Headings suggested by the Health Policy Librarian, Joann Donatiello.


In addition, for US information you can use CMS Centers for Medicare & Medicaid as an author.

Subject-specific databases (see Health Policy guide)

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)

Joann Donatiello, Health Policy Librarian

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Joann Donatiello
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Contact:
Stokes Library
061 Wallace Hall
Princeton University
609-258-1377
Website
Subjects: Health

Joann Donatiello's Health Policy Guide