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McGraw-Hill Education / Medical
December 16, 2013
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Product Description LEARN THE EFFICIENT, EASY WAY TO CONDUCT MEDICAL RESEARCH PERFECT FOR ANYONE CONSIDERING A MEDICAL RESEARCH PROJECT! This concise handbook tells you everything you need to know about medical research. You will learn how to read, understand, and ultimately perform it. Medical Research Essentials walks you step by step through the entire research process, from how to read and critique an article, to presenting your own data. Filled with flowcharts, algorithms, diagrams, and tables, Medical Research Essentials is like having an experienced mentor at your side! THIS ULTIMATE HANDBOOK FOR INTERPRETING AND CONDUCTING MEDICAL RESEARCH OFFERS CONCISE COVERAGE OF: How to critically read and interpret medical literature The best methods of organizing and analyzing data Potential research projects that can be performed in a limited time frame How to design your own study and acquire funding Understanding and using medical statistics
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