This is the third in a four part series blog post spotlighting the American Public Health Association’s American Journal of Public Health.
The American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) website gives you access to many articles published in AJPH dating back to 1911. From the AJPH home page, select the Articles tab and select Past Issues from the drop down menu.
Below, the blue arrow indicates where the Past Issues can be located on the home page.
After selecting Past Issues, available issues should appear on the screen. The issues are organized by decade, year, volume, and issue. Selecting a specific decade will allow you to look at the available years within that decade. After selecting a year, you can view the volume that was produced in that year and the issues published in that volume.
If you select an issue, the website will direct you to a different page that will show you the articles published within that issue. The articles are organized by topics such as global news, AJPH book and media, AJPH editorials, and AJPH perspectives. Within the type of publication, the articles are further organized by sub-topics.
Once a specific article is selected, you can view the full text, references, and a PDF. On the right side of the screen you can view the article citation. Below the article title, you can see the name(s) of the author(s), date the article was accepted for publication, and date the article was published online. Additionally, you can add the article to you favorites by selecting Add To Favorites located on the right side of the screen. Adding the article to your favorites will allow you to access the article at a later time.
Access to the American Journal of Public Health’s database is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.