Welcome to the Master of Nutrition Science and Policy (MNSP) toolbelt!
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This "toolbelt" is designed to introduce you to resources that will support your course work and your research. It will link you to critical resources in nutrition that relate specifically to biochemistry, policy and science.
Research in nutrition can be challenging! Nutrition-related topics are cross-disciplinary; there can be multiple stakeholders. In additon to this toolbelt, you may also want to consult one of these guides:
- Citing Information - Include citation examples and styles as well as information on RefWorks and EndNote.
- Nutrition - a guide featuring key resources for getting started with nutrition-related research.
- Health Data and Statistics - guide to locating statistical data on health-related topics, including nutrition.
- Systematic Reviews in Nutrition - this course guide introduces systematic reviews: what they are, how they are conducted as well as related-resources.
Most importantly, if you have any questions about locating information, please don't hesiate to contact the Hirsh Health Sciences Library for assistance - it's why we're here!