Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce - a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries which provides timely, convenient access to selected public health resources on the Internet.
50 Excellent Public Health Web Sites Worth Bookmarking - Very comprehensive listing from the Health Sherpa blog.
Americans for Better Care of the Dying (ABCD) - National, nonprofit organization aimed at reforming end-of-life care and public policy to improve pain management, financial reimbursement, caregiver support, and care for the dying. Large collection of links, including nurse education.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO): Caring Connections - To help caregivers and consumers make informed decisions about a wide range of end-of-life issues. Outreach links on a variety of topics will assist health care professionals in becoming informed and informing others.
NIH SeniorHealth - Health and wellness information for older adults from the National Institutes of Health. Includes videos.
Are We Crazy About Our Kids? - 30 minute documentary video exploring the economics of investing in high quality early care and preschool.
Maternal and Child Health Library at Georgetown University - Great resource of recent, high quality resources, tools, and links to other organizations to assist in staying abreast of new developments and conducting further research.
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals - Wealth of material on reproductive health topics, including CORE (Curricula Organizer for Reproductive Health Education) for those presenting on reproductive health issues with downloadable powerpoints.
LactMed - Information on the interaction of drugs in breastmilk. Also available in a mobile app.
National Center for Frontier Communities - Links to reports, maps, policy issues and more.
Rural Health Information Hub - the portal of the Department of Health and Human Services for information about programs, funding, and research on the quality of health and human services to rural residents in the United States.