BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) Search Guide

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Purpose: This research guide is meant to assist researchers at the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) find, access and use research and clinical information

Access Biomedical Databases

Some online resources require a UBC-connected computer or Using the UBC EZproxy

Browse UBC Library's "Summon" tool

BC Centre for Disease Control in Vancouver

Search Biomedical Databases

Search Public Health Databases

See 189 relevant public health databases

Open Access Medical Journals


See also Ebooks in the Life Sciences (Nursing texts) Some online resources require access to a UBC-connected computer or setting the proxy or require going physically to your local library

Find Health Statistics

Consumer information



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