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Global Health

International health databases covers communicable diseases , tropical diseases , parasitic diseases, human nutrition, community and public health , and medicinal and poisonous plants.  Coverage: 1973 - Present.  Produced by the CABI Publishing.

Google Scholar
Subset of Google Web Search that specifically searches for scholarly literature, including articles, papers, theses, books and reports.  Includes full-text links to Himmelfarb's collection of e-journals. 
GPO Access (FDsys: Federal Digital System)

Index to United States federal government publications that includes references to books, reports, studies, serials, maps, and other publications.  Full-text links to many electronic publications; citations/abstracts to print publications.

GreenFILE
Covers all aspects of human impact to the environment via a collection of scholarly, government and general-interest titles.  Includes content on global warming, green building, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, and recycling. Coverage: 1973 - Present. Produced by Ebsco Publishing.
Grey Literature Report

Database which tracks grey literature in health services research and public health. Grey literature includes materials not published commercially including reports, theses, conference proceedings, brochures, flyers, and official documents.  Coverage: 1999-2016. Produced by the New York Academy of Medicine.

Guide to Good Clinical Practice

Information and tools to conduct quality clinical trials of new drugs, devices and biologics. Provides explanations of laws, federal regulations and international harmonization efforts and analysis of accepted good clinical practices.  Includes sample checklists for conducting quality assurance audits, FDA forms, industry guidance documents and information sheets.   Also provides news and analysis on key developments in conducting clinical research, and access to clinlaw, an online database of state and federal clinical trial requirements.

Guide to Medical Device Regulation

High quality analysis on the regulation of medical devices, practical guidance, and current, comprehensive and concise information.

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