General Health Resources
Research Help is still available during remote instruction!
Email or chat your subject librarian using the contact information on the right of this page. We can provide remote research assistance via Zoom (which allows for screensharing), chat, email, and phone.
Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO) resources page
The Community Guide to Preventive Services (see Topics menu), a collection of evidence-based information from the Community Preventive Services Task Force of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Consumer Health Resources guide from the University of Missouri’s Lottes Health Sciences Library
Duke University Medical Center Library’s research guide on Integrative Health
Georgetown University Dahlgren Library’s Free Health Resources guide
National Alliance for Hispanic Health resources page
Mental Health Resources
LGBTQ Health Resources
Reproductive Health Resources
Center for Young Women’s Health at the Boston Children’s Hospital
“Feminism and Sexual Health,” an online exhibit of downloadable historical ephemera (flyers, pamphlets, etc.) from the Barnard Center for Research on Women
Feminist Majority Foundation (publishers of Ms. Magazine) women’s health resources page
Feminist resources on reproductive health from the Association for Women in Psychology
University of Minnesota’s Program in Human Sexuality’s Resources guide
Women’s Health Fact Sheets from the Royal Women’s Hospital of Australia
CSUSM Library Resources
What topics are you curious about? Use the portal below to start searching for ebooks in the library collection. Do you want to learn more about accessing and downloading ebooks? See the full Library Ebooks guide for more information. Do you want to search for resources outside the library? Check out the list of sources made available while we are unable to access our physical collection: Freely Available and Library Resources During COVID-19.
CSUSM Library provides access to hundreds of thousands of ebooks. Though some are straightforward, some have restrictions that can be confusing. This guide will help you find and use Library ebooks for teaching and research in the simplest way possible.
To find ebooks, enter search terms into the search box above, or go to OneSearch and type in your search terms. If you use OneSearch rather than the search box above, you must use the facets on the left side to limit results to "Books" and "Full-text Online."
To read an ebook once you've found it using the search box above or OneSearch, click the title to see more details and availability. Then click the link next to "Full text available at" to read the ebook online. You will have to login using your CSUSM username and password.
For more information on reading ebooks offline, see Downloading Ebooks.