Thirteen clear and concise chapters demystify how medical research data are described and analysed. Simple, worked examples illustrate the principles elegantly and effortlessly. Just a couple of hours will have you well on the way to understanding statistical methods used in health research. No longer will you have to say to yourself I should know that you will know that. This would be a good book to consider using for Continuing Medical Education, Maintenance of Professional Standards and for all doctors in training.
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