CHID (Combined Health Information Database)
Bibliographical database produced by health-related agencies of the US Federal Government. Provides titles, abstracts and availability information for health information and health education resources.
EDOA (European Database on AIDS and HIV infection)
An online bibliographic database focused on grey literature and educational material produced by a group of European documentation centers specialized in AIDS and HIV infection. It covers all HIV/AIDS related fields: ethics, economics, psychological and social factors, sexuality, prevention, treatment, care. All kind of documents, produced mainly in Europe and also all around the world (articles, reports, surveys, position papers, posters, educational films, learning kits, etc., are analysed.
NPIN (CDC National Prevention Information Network)
NPIN is the U.S. reference, referral, and distribution service for information on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and tuberculosis, (manuals, training guides, monographs, posters, reports, brochures and pamphlets, bibliographies, fact sheets, videos, sound recordings and other hard-to-find items and features materials.)
UNAIDS Bibliograpical Database
Contains documents related to HIV/AIDS published by UN organizations.
IPS (Information programmes and Services)
Produced by UNESCO bangkok, the database includes materials on education, including population and HIV/AIDS education
Bibliographical records of UNESCO documents, publications and library collections.
WHOLIS (World Health Organization library database)
WHO publications from 1948 onwards and articles from WHO-produced journals and technical documents from 1985 to the present.