Where is the Minority Health Research Catalog???
The Minority Health Research Catalog was an online catalog containing citations
of journal articles, books, ongoing research, and works in progress relevant
to investigators interested in minority health research. The Catalog contained
information about the publication, such as title of article, the source
of the article, year of publication, and an abstract.
The vast majority of entries in the Catalog
were found by searching National Library of Medicine Databases, in particular,
MEDLINE, AIDSLINE, BioethicsLINE, and HealthStar.
Since the National Library of Medicine Databases became accessible
directly via the web, the Minority Health Project Research Catalog
has no longer provided a unique service. The Catalog was last updated
in June 1999 and will be discontinued completely when the Project's
web site completes its transfer to a new web server. We are pleased
to have been able to provide this service during the past several years
and commend to your attention the National Library of Medicine (NLM) web site,
for more complete and up-to-date searches.
The URLs for the NLM website are:
For a list of minority-health related keywords to use in performing
your searches, see "Details about the Research Catalog contents", below.
about the Research Catalog contents.
Search the Minority Health Research Catalog (discontinued)
How WAIS searches the catalog (discontinued)
to the Minority Health Home Page.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Public Health
4/11/2000, 4/14/2000 Minority_Health@unc.edu