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Dietitian Handbook

The latest edition of the Dietitian Handbook is now available:

  • 200 pages of practical information
  • 90 tables including the dietary reference intakes and estimating energy requirements
  • Bestseller with dietetic interns, dietitians and professors
  • The "ultimate handbook with the most important information for clinical dietitians in one place”

Questions about the handbook? Phone 306-766-8637 or email.

Get a copy from the library:
Borrow a copy
Purchase a copy for your department

Buy your own copy:
$75.00 Paperback (print)
$65.00 iBook (for Apple devices)
$65.00 eBook (PDF or EPUB)

Your Friendly Librarian

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Lance Fox
Regina General Hospital

Database Search Tips

Use AND to search for different concepts. This tells the database to retrieve ALL of your search terms and will narrow your results.
e.g. lung AND cancer

Use OR to search for similar concepts. This tells the database to retrieve ANY of your search terms and will broaden your results.
e.g. lung OR pulmonary

Use parenthesis to organize your search when you want to combine more than one concept. Put parentheses around similar concepts using OR, then connect them using AND.
e.g. (lung OR pulmonary) AND (cancer OR neoplasms)

Truncation broadens your search to include various word endings and spellings. Truncation symbols may vary by database. If in doubt, check the search tips or help feature. Common symbols include: *, !, ?, or #
e.g. genetic* = genetic, genetics, genetically

Similar to truncation, wildcards substitute a symbol for one letter of a word. This is useful for words spelled in different ways.
e.g.  p?ediatric = paediatric, pediatric

"Phrase Searching"
Most databases allow you to specify that words be searched as a phrase. Using quotes around search words is a common way to do phrase searching. 
e.g. "borderline personality disorder"

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