This is the fourth 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 the current issue of the AJPH. To access the Current Issue from the home page, select the Articles tab and then select Current Issue.
Below, the blue arrow indicates where the Current Issue can be located on the home page.
After selecting the Current Issue, the site directs you to a different page with the articles and content found in the current issue. The articles in the current issue are organized by topics such as Editor’s Choice, Editorials, Perspectives, and Policy. The articles are further organized by sub-topics including children, science, and vaccination.
Below is a view of the various articles in AJPH’s September 2017 issue organized by topics and sub-topics.
From the Current Issue page, you can see the author(s) of a specific article. Additionally, you can access an article’s full text, citation, references, and PDF.
If you would like to access the previous issue, it can be easily accessed from the Current Issue page. To access the previous issue, select Previous Issue located at the top right of the screen.
Below, the blue arrow indicates the location of the Previous Issue on the Current Issue page.
Access to the American Journal of Public Health’s database is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.