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Nutrition & Dietetics Resource Guide   Tags: dietetics, ebooks, evidence_based_practice, journal_databases, multimedia, nutrition  

A guide to scholarly resources of interest to nutrition & dietetics students and staff at the University of Newcastle, Australia.
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New Resources - 2015


ClinicalKeyElsevier's Clinical Key is a search engine designed specifically for clinical medicine. It includes local Australian content, provides access to selected medical texts and journals, practice guidelines, drug information, patient handouts and Continuing Medical Education (CME) materials.


Bates Visual Buide to Physical Examination

Bates' Visual Guide to Physical Examination consists of 18 videos which provides head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques using the Bates' method. Each lesson is dedicated to a specific body system and includes a step-by-step demonstration of appropriate examination techniques. Rationales as well as detailed explanations are provided for every procedure, concluding with a summary and quick review to reinforce the information covered.


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    Use NEWCAT+ to search for books, ebooks, Course Reserves, journal articles and much more.


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    Try these evidence based, peer reviewed resources.


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