February 2008, BMJ Books
- Clear explanation of basic concepts in the context of clinical
- Demonstration of how data are described, displayed and
interpreted in different formats
- Practical glossary and key to the symbols used in statistics and a discussion of the software tools
The book offers a handy, quick reference that has an easy-to-follow structure throughout, making it ideal for health care professionals and students.
Data: describing and displaying.
Probability and confi dence intervals.
Choosing which measure and test to use.
Randomised controlled trials.
Systematic reviews 1.
Questionnaire studies 1.
Questionnaire studies 2.
Systematic reviews 2.
Statistical toolkit: glossary.
Software for data management and statistical analysis.
Commonly used symbols.
Carl Heneghan: Clinical Research Fellow, Assistant
Director Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, Department of Primary
Care, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Douglas Badenoch: Director, Minervation Ltd, Oxford, UK
- User-friendly and well illustrated pocket book
- Guides the reader through statistical concepts using real life examples to reflect concepts
- Uses flow charts to target the sections that matter
using flowcharts, diagrams and real life examples to reflect concepts in a simple and practical manner. The book offers a handy, quick reference that has an easy-to-follow structure throughout, making it ideal for health care professionals and students.” Doodys Reviews