Understanding Medical Information: A User's Guide to Informatics and Decision-Making

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, 2002 - Medical - 304 pages
This fascinating book offers the perfect vantage point for evaluating and exploring the rapidly growing, complex body of information that makes up modern medicine. Offers tools, techniques, and evidence-based perspectives for locating and considering medical information.

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The Nature of Medical Reasoning and the Limits
The Realms of Medical Research
The QualitativeQuantitative Continuum

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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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