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Exercise, Nutrition and Health

Databases

A database is a useful source of information when looking for specific information or data. It is a trustworthy, scholarly source with clear citation information and often additional features such as the option to build an account;  to save and retrieve searches; to receive alerts about newly added content and other features such as content related suggested readings.

The following databases may be particularly useful for those studying and researching subjects related to disability, health, nutrition, physical activity and wellbeing.

Tutorial: using databases

This interactive tutorial guides you through the process of using databases optimally to find information on your topic.

Featured resources

Sage Research Methods is a very useful resource when it comes to finding out about research methodology.

Systematic reviews

If you are undertaking a systematic or scoping literature review as part of your studies, have a look at these resources.