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About This Guide

This Guide brings together major research resources for human nutrition and dietetics. These include article databases & journals, major reference works, and other key sources.

It's designed to help researchers at all levels get started with finding scholarly information in human nutrition.

Different types of resources are available via the navigation bar, above.

For further assistance with finding nutrition and dietetics research materials, please contact the Liaison Librarian for Human Nutrition.


    Featured Resource: UpToDate

    Wolters Kluwer Health and UpToDate

    • UpToDate
      An evidence-based clinical resource for making treatment decisions across more than 20 medical specialties.

      Access to this subscription is only available on campus. Off-campus access is available to Dunedin Medical students through Moodle.

    Featured Resource: PEN

    • PEN: Practice-Based Evidence in Nutrition
      A resource for dieticians developed from key practice questions and evidence-based answers. Includes practical resources such as customizable client handouts. The University's license allows for 5 simultaneous users.

    New Human Nutrition Publications at Otago

    Items recently deposited in the Otago University Research (OUR) Archive:

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    Liaison Librarian

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    Melanie Remy
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    Science Library, Science III Building

    Services for Distance Students

    Students enrolled in NUTX papers, Dietetics students on placement, and postgraduates based outside of Dunedin are eligible to use the free Distance Library Service to receive books and articles by post or email.

    For help using the Library and searching the research literature, please contact the Liaison Librarian for Human Nutrition, Melanie Remy.


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