Medical and Health Science Statistics Made Easy

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, Oct 7, 2009 - Medical - 115 pages
Medical and Health Science Statistics Made Easy provides health professionals and students with easy-to-understand explanations of key statistical techniques used in medical literature. In a concise and user-friendly format, readers will grasp firm knowledge of medical statistics, including confidence intervals and probability values, numbers needed to treat t tests and other parametric tests, survival analysis, and more. Highlighted examples, exam tips, and items of difficulty make this an ideal primer for all health-related students and professionals.

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General Practitioner and Senior Lecturer in Medical Education, Bristol, UK

Gordon Taylor is a principal of Landscape Design Limited in London. He has designed gardens throughout Great Britain and Europe. He is the author of two previous Monacelli titles.

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