7 edition of Bandolier"s Little Book of Making Sense of the Medical Evidence (Bandoliers Little Book of) found in the catalog.
August 17, 2006
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||440|
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Description: This book provides the essential tools for assessing medical evidence. Bandoliers Little Book of Making Sense of the Medical Evidence book Excerpts from published research are provided, followed by a brief analysis and commentary.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide guidelines for reading and interpreting scientific evidence. This is a useful goal, especially with the focus on evidence-based : $ 'Bandolier's Little Book of Making Sense of the Medical Evidence' has not been written as a comprehensive manual for those who want to do a systematic review or a meta-analysis, nor as a statistical or methodological textbook for students.
Its origins lie in lectures for medical students, healthcare professionals from a variety of settings, and 5/5(2). Get this from a library. Bandolier's little book of making sense of the evidence. [R A Moore; H J McQuay] -- "This book is a simple yet essential guide for people who wish to make sense of evidence in a health-care setting, and who want to avoid being misled by faulty evidence.
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It covers size, trial design, harm as well as benefit, and health economics and management evidence. 'Bandolier's Little Book of Making Sense of the Medical Evidence' has not been written as a comprehensive manual for those who want to do a systematic review or a meta-analysis, nor as a statistical or methodological textbook for students.
Bandolier’s little book of pain is a convenient pocket size, yet its pages are packed with useful, current information about analgesia, evidence-based practice (EBP), and patient care. This book is clearly and humorously written in the Bandolier style and will appeal to all people involved in managing and delivering pain : William S M Summerskill.
Clinical Evidence Made Easy is a concise and accessible introduction for any healthcare expert making an attempt to understand medical data sources. As medical proof turns into increasingly important in healthcare it is critical that healthcare professionals can study.
This book has been my constant companion since the clinical years of my medical school. It is very concise and covers key topics in internal medicine--think of it as medical information in a small notebook, which conveniently fits in your coat pocket. That said, take note that this is not a detailed medical textbook/5.
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