Research: Successful Approaches
Elaine R. Monsen
American Dietetic Association, Jan 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 482 pages
Evidence-based practice depends on well-designed, well-executed research. Now in its second edition, this highly respected guide to dietetics research has been written and edited by the foremost experts in the field. As a guide, this book is invaluable to new and experienced researchers alike. As a reference, Research: Successful Approaches provides practical observations that will make research accessible to all readers. Book jacket.
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