Bulletin of the world health organization 200987567 567 doi 102471 blt09069872 many physicians patients health journalists and politicians do not understand health statistics yet we make little effort to educate our children in statistical thinking or our medical students in understanding health statistics. In fact the book emphasizes throughout that making sense of statistics does not just mean knowing the definition of statistical terms or how to carry out a hypothesis test it includes realizing the overwhelming importance of good study design always having a common sense approach to problems and understanding that statistical decisions have . Making sense of statistics in healthcare anna hart home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you . Making sense of statistics in healthcare are teams with a stable base of health professionals who have worked together for a long time and have a strong sense of . Making sense of statistics in healthcare anna hart radcliffe publishing 2001 medical statistics 162 pages 0 reviews book is unique in being written for people who want to be able to make sense of published studies or embark on their own studies without getting bogged down by the details of how to use specific methods
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