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Nutritional Sciences/Evidence Based Nutrition: Laura D. Byham-Gray, PhD, RD

This guide contains resources for students in nutrition and/or dietetics. The content consists of library licensed resources and web resources that were screened for authority.

Publication

Books

1. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Renal Disease: Understanding the Implications
Byham-Gray LD.
Clarksville, MD: Wolf Rinke Associates, Inc.; 1999.
 

2. Clinical Nutrition Management.
Byham-Gray LD.
San Marco, CA: Nutrition Dimension, Inc.; 1998.
 

3. Clinical Nutrition Management
Byham-Gray LD.
2nd ed. San Marco, CA: Nutrition Dimension, Inc.; 2001.
 

4. Nutrition Management of Cancer: Past, Present, and Future Trends
Szebalskie M, Byham-Gray LD.
Topics in Clinical Nutrition. 2003; 18(3):150-153.
 

5. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Renal Disease: Understanding the Implications,
Byham-Gray LD.
2nd ed. Clarksville, MD: Wolf Rinke Associates, Inc.; 2004.
 

6. Clinical Nutrition Management
Byham-Gray LD.
3rd ed. San Marco, CA: Nutrition Dimension, Inc; 2004.
 

7. The Art and Science of Diabetes Self-Management Education
Byham-Gray LD.
Chicago, IL: American Association of Diabetes Educators; 2006. Diabetic Kidney
Disease.
 

8. Research: Successful Approaches
Gilbride JA, Byham-Gray LD.
3rd ed. Chicago, IL: The American Dietetic Association; 2008. Bridging Research
to Practice.
 

9. Nutrition in Kidney Disease
DiBenedetto-Barb’a P, Burrowes JD, Byham-Gray LD.
Totowa, NJ: Humana Press; 2008. Suggested Resources for the Practitioner.
 

10. Nutrition in Kidney Disease
Byham-Gray LD.
Totowa, NJ: Humana Press; 2008. Outcomes Research.
 

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