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Drug and Nutrient Interactions book cover

Drug and Nutrient Interactions

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)   English

Author(s): Sara Police, Ph.D., Jessie Hoffman, Ph.D., RDN

Subject(s): Pharmacology

Institution(s): University of Kentucky

Publisher: University of Kentucky Libraries

Last updated: 06/05/2024

This book is intended to pursue questions at the intersection nutritional sciences and pharmacology. A 2013 Mayo Clinic survey estimates that 7 out of 10 Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half take two. Despite prominent use of prescription medications, issues related to nutrition because of prescription use – and vice versa – how nutrition can affect drug action – are not typically explored. Section I introduces readers to pharmacology terms and concepts related to drug and nutrient interactions. Mechanisms underlying drug and nutrient interactions with drug administration, absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion are also described. Section II describes the impact of drugs on nutrient status and conversely, the effect of nutrient status/nutrition on pharmacotherapy. Section III considers the role of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on foods versus drugs, and the regulatory framework underlying pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, foods and food products.
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Business Communication: Five Core Competencies

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   English

Author(s): Kristen Lucas, Jacob D. Rawlins, Jenna Haugen

Subject(s): Business communication and presentation, Writing and editing guides, Interpersonal communication and skills

Institution(s): University of Louisville

Publisher: State-Assisted Academic Library Council of Kentucky

Last updated: 20/03/2024

Business Communication: Five Core Competencies is a practical, engaging book designed to help undergraduate students and business professionals develop competence and build confidence in their business writing skills. Readers will learn about the five core competencies of business communication: professional, clear, concise, evidence-driven, and persuasive. They also will learn strategies for applying each of these competencies across a range of real-world business scenarios. Each chapter includes Communication Tips, Your Turn Exercises, and how-to advice for writing a variety of business messages.
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Getting Active with Your Action Research

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)  23 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): J. Spencer Clark, Julie Thiele, Morgan Jobe, Suzanne Porath, John Huss, Teaching & Learning, University Libraries

Editor(s): John Huss

Subject(s): Educational: Humanities and social sciences, general, Research methods: general

Institution(s): Northern Kentucky University

Publisher: SAALCK Pressbooks

Last updated: 06/02/2024

Action research is a common journey for graduate students in education and other human science fields. This book attempts to meet the needs of graduate students, in-service teachers, and any other educators interested in action research and/or self-study. The primary purpose of this book is to offer clear steps and practical guidance to those who intend to carry out action research for the first time. As educators begin their action research journey, we feel it is vital to pose four questions: What is action research, and how is it distinct from other educational research? When is it appropriate for an educator to conduct an action research project in their context? How does an educator conduct an action research project? What does an educator do with the data once the action research project has been conducted?

In the second section of the book students are assisted with the challenges of developing research questions, evaluating and choosing the right sources, searching for information, avoiding plagiarism, and other useful topics.

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LIN 175: Information Literacy

CC BY-SA (Attribution ShareAlike)  6 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Northern Kentucky University

Subject(s): Research and information: general

Institution(s): Northern Kentucky University

Publisher: W. Frank Steely Library, Northern Kentucky University

Last updated: 06/02/2024

This book is created by and for NKU learners with the aim of developing foundational information literacy skills and habits. This book will explore the vast and complex information environment and provide strategies to navigate information and research needs. Topics in the book include getting started with research, using research tools, and evaluating information sources. Readers will gain inquiry, critical thinking, and analysis skills. NKU learners will be encouraged to share their own experiences, perspectives, and growing expertise as an information consumer and ultimately make contributions to this always-evolving text.

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Laboratory Manual for Earth Science

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   English

Author(s): Rachel Bosch

Subject(s): Geology, geomorphology and the lithosphere, Geomorphology and geological surface processes, Historical geology and palaeogeology, Geological time

Last updated: 06/02/2024

In this class, students will explore diverse topics in the geosciences at a high level. Students who complete this class will have had the opportunity acquire the skills needed to engage in advanced geologic study.