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Grey Literature in the Health Sciences: Grey Literature Report

Provides resources and strategies for finding and using grey literature in health science research.

As of January 2017, the Grey Literature Report website and database will be discontinued and will no longer be updated, but the resources will still be accessible.

Search the Grey Literature Report

From the Grey Literature Report homepage, click on the search box shown below.

Search Tips

The publications are indexed as a collection in the library catalog. 

  • Keep search terms simple and focused. Consider searching synonyms separately.
  • You will search the library record, not the full text article.
  • Subject headings are included in the record.
  • Use the advanced search button to modify your search.  Be sure to select the "Grey Literature" collection.
  • Use the link under "Online Resources" to access the full text publication.

The Grey Literature Report

The Grey Literature Report is a bimonthly publication of The New York Academy of Medicine Library. It includes selected new grey literature publications in health services research and some public health topics. Reports are archived and can be browsed or searched. This video demonstrates using the Grey Literature Report.

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