HERDIN database provides quick and easy access to more than 50,000 citation and bibliographic information from published (Philippine health research journals , conference/convention proceedings, International databases and publications) and unpublished (research institutions research projects and reports, theses and dissertations) health researches in the country. Citations may include links to full-text content from publisher web sites or downloadable at HERDIN.
The Philippine Traditional Knowledge Digital Library on Health is the national electronic repository of traditional knowledge and practices on health of the indigenous and cultural communities of the country. TKDL provides access to more than 16,000 plant-derived products and 191 natural products, 214 records of traditional healers and healing practices, and ethnopharmacology researches in the Philippines.
Library and Information Services
The PCHRD Library offers Online Document Delivery Service through HERDIN which is free and open to anyone. Processing of requests is within three working days from the receipt of request for local publication and within seven working days for international publication. Go to http://www.herdin.ph/ to register and avail the service.
To access our collection of local journals and other related Filipiniana materials on health and health research, PCHRD library is open to all students and researchers. (M-F 8:00-5:00 PM)
The Philippine Health Research Registry (PHRR) is a tool for good governance to promote transparency and accountability in health research. PHRR is a publicly accessible database on newly approved health researches. It includes clinical trials and non-clinical studies conducted in the Philippines. The registry is compliant with the World Health Organization (WHO) standard for clinical trials registry.
The PHRR aims to track the kinds of on-going and newly-approved researches to know who funds what kind of project, compel researchers to submit final reports for researches they conducted, avoid duplication of researches, and ensure equal access opportunity for prospective clinical trial participants.
It differs from the HERDIN databases since data entries will be prospective and will be inputted and updated by the researchers themselves. The latter is a searchable bibliographic database of Philippine health information and resources.