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Better access to Public Health Reports for #FDLP libraries

Here’s another benefit to being Federal Depository Library: GPO and the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) have just announced a collaborative effort to get better online access to Public Health Reports — the official journal of the U.S. Public Health Service at http://www.publichealthreports.org/ — for FDLP libraries. Depositories will now have the option of selecting IP access or the use of a username and password. For more information, please visit the FDLP Desktop.

A little bit of background: PHR has been published since 1878. The first volume, published under the title “Bulletins of the Public Health,” was issued by the Supervising Surgeon-General under the National Quarantine Act of April 29, 1878. It became partially privatized and published for U.S. Public Health Service by Oxford University Press (2001-2003), then by Elsevier, in collaboration with the Association of Schools of Public Health (2004) and then by ASPH, 2005 – present.