- About the Library
- Collections and Resources
- Center for the History of Medicine and Public Health
- Friends of the Rare Book Room
The New York Academy of Medicine Library offers a number of online resources, including e-journals, databases, digitized collections, and our Grey Literature Report. Librarians have also assembled resources from across the Web of particular interest to historical, public health, and consumer health researchers.
Using the Collections
Digitized materials and exhibits from the Library's rare book room and historical collections.
Search or browse the records and finding aids for the Library's archival and manuscript collections.
A mix of free and subscription resources for in-depth research and article searches.
Search across databases, library subscriptions, and free resources for full text access to specific journals.
Librarian-recommended websites that can be used to start your historical, public health, and consumer health research.
Subject guides on aging, East Harlem, the Affordable Care Act, and other public health and research topics.
Tips and tutorials for databases, citation management, and other online resources
Fill the gaps in your research with a bimonthly update of research reports in public health produced by non-commercial publishers.