An MCH Mini-Module

LEARN More in Real Time

Find the Research (the most current evidence-informed research from the field, the Resources (a selection of resources useful to share with families), and see the Response (what social media is saying about Zika).

The Research

Collections of Research Articles

PubMed Automated Bibliographies

These links serve as a professional research journal search "accelerator" to automatically provide you with the latest citations from PubMed, the National Library of Medicine's premier database of biomedical literature. Articles are listed chronologically with the most recently added items first and are continually updated as new research citations are added to PubMed. All entries are from English-language journals.

  • Last 6 months (narrowly focused on public health responses)
  • Last 14 days (includes research and federal, state, and local responses)
  • Last 7 days (includes research and federal, state, and local responses)

The Resources: Putting Knowledge to Practice

The Response

Twitter has been used to provide insight into what organizations and individuals are saying at a local level. The portal below aggregates Tweets that use #zika so you can see what is being discussed across the country.