UT Librarians have a guide to public health:
Guides by other librarians: figure out the scope of your topic and what sources are available
Any book or journal article on these guides will likely be available at UTK also.
Ask for help!
Many of the links to public information on the guides below should work.
|Ann Viera||Veterinary Librarianemail@example.com Pendergrass Library|
|Isabella Baxter||Agriculture Librarianfirstname.lastname@example.org Pendergrass Library|
|Melanie Allen||Public Health Librarianemail@example.com Hodges Library|
2/ How to create a Public Service Announcement or PSA
Searching TIP for all platforms: The acronym PSA is used often --but not always-- in the popular and research literature and on Web sites. Therefore, searching for the acronym PSA will retrieve a lot --but not all-- relevant information.
Searching for just PSA might be sufficient for this assignment.
In general it is a best practice to spell acronyms out when searching and use OR operator:
public service announcement OR PSA
WHAT APPROACH IS EFFECTIVE?
PUBMED CLINICAL QUERIES: SEE SCREEN SHOT BELOW
LOOK FOR EXAMPLES:
TRY searching for PSAs on your topic:
public service announcements AND suicide prevention
THEN LIMIT TO PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES: Screen shot
9ish to 4ish
M, Tu, Th, Fr
o.k. email to me evenings or weekends
Reuse any of the veterinary guides. Ann Viera Veterinary Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org