E4GDH webinar 2018: Finding the Evidence for Global and Disaster Health
On 19 November 2018, the IFLA Evidence for Global and Disaster Health (E4GDH) Special Interest Group hosted this webinar in conjunction with Evidence Aid, as part of Humanitarian Evidence Week – promoting a more evidence-based approach to natural disasters and other humanitarian emergencies.
Isla Kuhn, Medical Librarian at Cambridge University, and Caroline De Brún, Knowledge and Evidence Specialist at Public Health England (PHE), presented the session.
The first half of the session featured the Library and Information Services project (HIFA LIS), which informed the development of this E4GDH Special Interest Group, together with an introduction to the work of Evidence Aid.
Subtitles / closed captions are available - click on Settings then Subtitles/CC and select 'English (United Kingdom).
Eight freely-available information sources for finding global and disaster health evidence were described in the second half:
- Evidence Aid resources
- NLM Disaster Management Research Center
- TRIP Database
- WHO Global Index Medicus
- International Initiative for Impact Evaluation
- CARL Critical Appraisal Library
- Webinar slides [PDF]
- Resources [Padlet] - links to the featured resources plus additional useful links
Last update: 7 July 2021