Coronavirus (COVID-19) Data Dashboard
A resource of COVID-19 data and facts for Delaware families
My Healthy Community
A resource from the State of Delaware that provides
community-level statistics and data that can be used to
understand and explore health and related factors that
influence health. Our health and the environment in which we
live are inherently connected. Together, communities can use
data to inform place-based approaches, support, and facilitate
data-informed discussions that describe and define population
health priorities, and leverage data to transform communities
by educating them about their community's health and the
environment in which they live.
The Delaware Journal of Public Health is published five times per year, and is the signature peer-reviewed journal of the Academy/DPHA. The DJPH is an electronic-only publication, produced to be platform-agnostic (visible on any device with any operating system as long as it has internet access), and dynamic with links out to other resources. Unlike a hardcopy publication, the DJPH can connect directly to other resources, studies, events, etc. as determined by the authors. We believe this model is in keeping with the times and patterns of access by our readership. It is also eco-friendly, and respects limited resources.
Explore the latest patient information from the JAMA Network,
including easy-to-understand information about prevention and management of common illnesses.
Search by keyword or browse through one of the nine JAMA publications available to access free of charge.
Clinical eCompanion was developed by librarians at the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System, with funding from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region. The project development team conducted research to explore the feasibility, usability and validity of the point-of-care information tool for use by primary care providers in answering real-time clinical questions. Participants found Clinical eCompanion to be current, relevant and complete.
Stand By Me can help you reach financial well-being at every stage in your life.
The website can be translated into both Spanish and Haitian Creole.
Personal financial coaching is available free of charge to Delawareans from all walks of life.
Psychiatric Research and Clinical Practice (PRCP) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal from the American Psychiatric Association that offers a high-profile publishing destination for submissions that build upon the psychiatric knowledge base and bring research findings closer to clinical utility through deeper investigation.
PRCP seeks to occupy that place between research and clinical utility, leaning toward clinical utility through publication of replication studies and features that show how new scientific knowledge can inform clinical practice. PRCP maintains the rigorous standards of APA’s scholarly publications while providing an essential resource for today’s practicing physicians.
Published in accordance with open-access principles, PRCP makes all of its content immediately available for free.