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On Monday 13 July we launched the new look searchable bibliography of Indigenous health literature, http://www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au/bibliography.
We have redesigned the HealthBibliography to make searching easier, but still provide all the search features you would be used to. In addition, there are a couple of new features to make searching more flexible. We have added a title search field (all these words), which will identify only those publications with all the selected words somewhere in the title. We have also added a new search field: Health Topic. This search field allows you to search for all publications that deal with a particular topic, such as alcohol, or publications that deal with topic combinations, such as alcohol and cancer.
The HealthBibliography contains over 12,500 records and is updated almost every day, making it the most comprehensive and up to date bibliography on Indigenous health issues anywhere in the world. If you work in Indigenous health policy, practice, research, teaching, are studying, or simply want to know more about Indigenous health issues, the HealthBibliography is an invaluable tool.