Medical Statistics Made Clear

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Taylor & Francis, Feb 10, 2003 - Medical - 137 pages
There is no need to be wary of medical statistics with this book at your side. It is important that clinicians have a basic understanding of statistics if they are to fully understand the peer reviewed literature emerging from the field of evidence-based medicine. This book clearly explains commonly-used statistical techniques to aid understanding of published literature, describing the key concepts without bombarding the reader with mathematical formulae.

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Mr Ashis Banerjee has been a consultant in emergency medicine in London for 13 years, having trained in the West Midlands. He is an examiner for London University, the General Medical Council, the College of Emergency Medicine, and the Intercollegiate MRCS for the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He is an honorary senior lecturer at University College London Medical School and Regional Academic Adviser (North-East Thames) for the College of Emergency Medicine. He is a Liveryman of theWorshipful Society of Apothecaries and holds the Freedom of the City of London. He has been actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and with postgraduate nursing education for over a decade.

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