Published on in Vol 4, No 3 (2015): Jul-Sep

Development of a Website Providing Evidence-Based Information About Nutrition and Cancer: Fighting Fiction and Supporting Facts Online

Development of a Website Providing Evidence-Based Information About Nutrition and Cancer: Fighting Fiction and Supporting Facts Online

Development of a Website Providing Evidence-Based Information About Nutrition and Cancer: Fighting Fiction and Supporting Facts Online

Journals

  1. Gesser-Edelsburg A, Shalayeva S. Internet as a Source of Long-Term and Real-Time Professional, Psychological, and Nutritional Treatment: A Qualitative Case Study Among Former Israeli Soviet Union Immigrants. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(2):e33 View
  2. Trujillo E, Claghorn K, Dixon S, Hill E, Braun A, Lipinski E, Platek M, Vergo M, Spees C. Inadequate Nutrition Coverage in Outpatient Cancer Centers: Results of a National Survey. Journal of Oncology 2019;2019:1 View
  3. Depeint F, Niamba C, Illner A, Buche-Foissy C, Branchu J, Younes H, Loncke C, Pouillart P. Investigating the Modifications of Sugar Perception and Consumption in Cancer Patients. Nutrition and Cancer 2018;70(7):1060 View
  4. Erickson N, Paradies K, Buchholz D, Huebner J. Nutrition care of cancer patients-A survey among physicians and nurses. European Journal of Cancer Care 2018;27(4):e12855 View
  5. Neil-Sztramko S, Farran R, Watson S, Levinson A, Lavis J, Iorio A, Dobbins M. If You Build It, Who Will Come? A Description of User Characteristics and Experiences With the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine 2017;3:233372141773768 View
  6. Percy-Laurry A, Heurtin-Roberts S, Norton W, McDonnell C, Uy A, Chambers D. Evaluation of the Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T. Web Portal. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2021;27(1):E1 View