The report is a publication produced by The New York Academy of Medicine between 1999 - 2016, alerting readers to new grey literature publications in health services research and selected urban health topics. As of January 2017 the site is not being updated, but resources are still accessible. Resources are indexed using MeSH.
Online resource for gray literature searching provided by Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health.
Includes links to Canadian and international health technology
assessment agencies, regulatory industries, and clinical trial registries.
A multidisciplinary database with content from a range of European sites with research reports, conference papers, dissertations and other types of grey literature covering science, biomedical science, social science and humanities.
Use Trove to locate items held in Australian Libraries.
Trove incorporates the national database of Australian library holdings (Libraries Australia), digitised historic Australian newspapers and Government Gazettes, archived websites, digitised photographs, and other resources.
The Global Index Medicus (GIM), which includes the Index Medicus for South-East Asia Region (IMSEAR), provides worldwide access to biomedical and public health literature produced by and within low- and middle- income countries. The main objective is to increase the visibility and usability of this important set of resources.
IRIS is the digital library of WHO’s published material and technical information in full text produced since 1948. Its content is freely accessible and searchable in eight languages. With over 200.000 archived items, IRIS offers content from WHO governing bodies, publications, technical documents, guidelines and journal articles.
System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe, is your open access to 700.000 bibliographical references of grey literature (paper) produced in Europe and allows you to export records and locate the documents.
OpenGrey covers Science, Technology, Biomedical Science, Economics, Social Science and Humanities.
Wonder is the online, public health resource and information database of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), providing access to a wide array of public health data from scientific, academic,
and government sources
ADIN is a alcohol and drug search directory. It contains information on alcohol, other drugs and mental health, with links to treatment services, research, statistics, guidelines, journals, policy, campaigns, events, curriculum, professional development opportunities and more.
APO specialises in grey literature and provides access to a range of research reports, working papers, discussion papers and statistics for effective public policy debate, decision making and implementation.
The Primary Health Care Research and Information Service. Activities conducted include an annual Primary Health Care Research Conference, rapid reviews of evidence to support PHC policy and practice and commissioned research in the PHC setting.