Grey literature includes everything from research and government reports to dissertations, conference proceedings, and clinical trial registries. Unlike journals, books, and other traditional types of publications, grey literature is not systematically indexed or organized.
Public health practitioners rely heavily on grey (non-scholarly) literature to support their work, but it can be difficult to search. See helpful resources below, or ask a librarian for assistance with finding the information you need.
Search the following resources or ask a librarian for help locating government documents.
When searching Google, add inurl:gov to your search to limit the results to government websites.