Photo of mothers holding children to be vaccinated

Child receiving vaccine at fixed site facility Zambia. John & Penny Hubley. Credit: Wellcome Collection; CC BY 4.0.

As vaccines continue to dominate our attention–from struggles with misinformation to equity problems–the subject of public health cuts across disciplines, including science, economics, law, education, sociology, psychology, and public policy. JSTOR offers a wide variety of types of content on one platform to make your research on the topic richer and deeper.

This year, Artstor’s 2+ million high-quality images became accessible on JSTOR to institutions that subscribe to both resources, as well as hundreds of thousands of open images accessible to everyone. Along with our growing Open Community Collections and thousands of open research reports, a wide range of content from around the world can now be easily incorporated into your research workflow.

In combination with JSTOR’s scholarly journals and books, these resources complement each other to provide a better research experience in all disciplines. Here are just some examples–nearly all open to everyone–that can shine a light on a wide variety of aspects regarding public health.

Open Community Collections


Open research reports

To see JSTOR’s resources on public health in action, browse the roundup of recent articles on public health and coronavirus on JSTOR Daily, our free online magazine of research-backed stories. All stories connect readers to cited content–journal articles, images, and more–for free on JSTOR.