Understanding clinical papers / David Bowers, Allan House, David Owens.
By: Bowers, David.
Contributor(s): Owens, David, Dr | House, Allan.Material type: TextPublisher: Chichester ; New York : Wiley, c2001Description: x, 202 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 047148976X (paper : alk. paper); 9780471489764 (paper : alk. paper).Subject(s): Medical literature | Medical writing | Journalism, MedicalAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Understanding clinical papers.; Online version:: Understanding clinical papers.DDC classification: 808/.06661 | 616.005 Other classification: 44.04 | XC 1611
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -196) and index.
Part. I. Setting the scene: who did what, and why -- Part. II. Design matters: what type of study are you reading about? -- Part. III. The cast: finding out about the subjects of the research -- Part. IV. Establishing the facts: starting with basic observations -- Part. V. Establishing more of the facts: some common ways of describing results -- Part. VI. Getting into data analysis: how and why statistical tests and used, and other matters -- Part. VII. Reading between the lines: how authors use text, tables and pictures to tell you what they've done.