Medical Biostatistics

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 29, 2000 - Mathematics - 645 pages
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Medical Biostatistics comprehensively explains biostatistical concepts and methods in an easy-to-understand nonmathematical language with the help of many real-life examples, data sets, and figures. This is an ideal self-study guide for medical and health practitioners, including those taking membership examinations for professional bodies, and students in elementary and middle-level biostatistics courses!

Utilizing medical situations that emphasize biostatistical methods, this concise reference encapsulates the principal concepts and methods of biostatistics. It details the critical stages of planning, conducting, and interpreting data from health investigations in clinical, laboratory, or field settings, that promote reliable results from conceptualization to conclusion.

Containing over 500 references to the literature, equations, tables, drawings, as well as lists of notations, an extensive index of terms, and a summary of methods, Medical Biostatistics is a practical reference for biostatisticians and other applied statisticians, epidemiologists, medical and health practitioners and researchers, nursing and clinical professionals, nutritionists and medical technicians. It also forms an outstanding text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.

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