Understanding medical information: a user's guide to informatics and decision making

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McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Div., 2002 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages

* A "first book" on how to access the vast and expanding array of medical information now available and how to critically evaluate it

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Contents

The Nature of Medical Reasoning and the Limits
37
The Realms of Medical Research
61
The QualitativeQuantitative Continuum
119
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Theresa J. Jordan, MA, PhD Associate Professor and Chair Department of Applied Psychology School of Education New York University New York, New York Medical Informatics Specialist Department of Medicine and National Tuberculosis Center New Jersey Medical School University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Newark, New Jersey

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