Clinical Epidemiology

  • Filename: clinical-epidemiology.
  • ISBN: 9781469826257
  • Release Date: 2013-01-08
  • Number of pages: 272
  • Author: Robert Fletcher
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins



Now in its Fifth Edition, Clinical Epidemiology: The Essentials is a comprehensive, concise, and clinically oriented introduction to the subject of epidemiology. Written by expert educators, this text introduces students to the principles of evidence-based medicine that will help them develop and apply methods of clinical observation in order to form accurate conclusions. The Fifth Edition includes more complete coverage of systematic reviews and knowledge management, as well as other key topics such as abnormality, diagnosis, frequency and risk, prognosis, treatment, prevention, chance, studying cases and cause.

Clinical Epidemiology

  • Filename: clinical-epidemiology.
  • ISBN: MINN:31951D01061779B
  • Release Date: 1996-01
  • Number of pages: 276
  • Author: Robert H. Fletcher
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins



The Third Edition of this successful text provides an authoritative overview of clinical epidemiology, perfect for review.Lecturers - Click here to order a FREE Review Copy of this title !.

Essential Epidemiology

  • Filename: essential-epidemiology.
  • ISBN: 1139493957
  • Release Date: 2010-12-16
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Penny Webb
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



The new edition of this popular textbook remains a clear and practical introduction to epidemiology for students in all areas of health. By emphasising the role of epidemiology across a broad range of health monitoring and research, it gives students an understanding of the fundamental principles common to all areas of epidemiology. It also integrates the study of infectious and chronic diseases as well as public health and clinical epidemiology. Avoiding complex mathematics, it steps through the methods and potential problems underlying health data and reports, while maintaining a balance of rigour and clarity. The nuts-and-bolts of epidemiology are embedded in the wider international health perspective through recent and classical examples across different areas of health to engage students from a range of backgrounds. Concepts are illustrated with charts and graphs, and end-of-chapter questions test understanding (with answers provided). Online resources include further exercises, slides for teaching and useful weblinks.

Clinical Epidemiology

  • Filename: clinical-epidemiology.
  • ISBN: 9781451178791
  • Release Date: 2012-03-29
  • Number of pages: 480
  • Author: R. Brian Haynes
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins



The Third Edition of this popular text focuses on clinical-practice research methods. It is written by clinicians with experience in generating and answering researchable questions about real-world clinical practice and health care—the prevention, treatment, diagnosis, prognosis, and causes of diseases, the measurement of quality of life, and the effects of innovations in health services. The book has a problem-oriented and protocol-based approach and is written at an introductory level, emphasizing key principles and their applications. A bound-in CD-ROM contains the full text of the book to help the reader locate needed information.

Clinical Epidemiology

  • Filename: clinical-epidemiology.
  • ISBN: 0195110269
  • Release Date: 1996
  • Number of pages: 163
  • Author: Noel S. Weiss
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA



Examining the principles and methods of research on the evaluation of factors affecting the outcome of illness, this volume emphasizes diagnostic and therapeutic interventions--the factors most readily modified by health care providers. The author discusses various ways of structuring observations on patient groups, and appraises the nature and strength of inferences drawn from those observations. Weiss also demonstrates how the results of this type of research--clinical epidemiologic research--can be incorporated into the decision-making process utilized in clinical medicine. The Second edition differs from the earlier one in a number of respects. It now employs a broader frame of reference, which includes studies such as those of adverse drug effects that use multipurpose computerized databases, and an expanded, explanation of the structure of evidence for drawing inferences, particularly evidence pertaining to the efficacy of testing. Examples have been modernized and replaced with more recent experimental results throughout the text, while decision analysis has been de-emphasized. The book's underlying theme, however, remains the same: the resources available to health care are finite and, through properly conducted research, the most efficient and safest ways of using these resources can and should be identified.

Biostatistics

  • Filename: biostatistics.
  • ISBN: 1550093479
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Number of pages: 393
  • Author: Geoffrey R. Norman
  • Publisher: PMPH-USA



This new edition of the book will be produced in two versions. The textbook will include a CD-Rom with two videotaped lectures by the authors. This book translates biostatistics in the health sciences literature with clarity and irreverence. Students and practitioners alike, applaud Biostatistics as the practical guide that exposes them to every statistical test they may encounter, with careful conceptual explanations and a minimum of algebra. What’s New? The newBare Essentialsreflects recent advances in statistics, as well as time-honored methods. For example, “hierarchical linear modeling” which first appeared in psychology journals and only now is described in medical literature. Also new, is a chapter on testing for equivalence and non-inferiority. As well as a chapter with information to get started with the computer statistics program, SPSS. Free of calculations and jargon,Bare Essentialsspeaks so plainly that you won’t need a technical dictionary. No math, all concepts. The objective is to enable you to determine if the research results are applicable to your own patients. Throughout the guide, you’ll find highlights of areas in which researchers misuse or misinterpret statistical tests. We have labeled these “C.R.A.P. Detectors” (Convoluted Reasoning and Anti-intellectual Pomposity), which help you to identify faulty methodology and misuse of statistics.

Understanding Evidence in Health Care

  • Filename: understanding-evidence-in-health-care.
  • ISBN: 1420256696
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Number of pages: 217
  • Author: Suhail Doi
  • Publisher:



UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN HEALTH CARE delivers the essentials of clinical epidemiology to users of research literature, enabling them to practice evidence-based health care. It shows health care personnel how to have an effective understanding of published reports, interact with the hard-to-find and hard-to-understand terminology, and get real understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of scientific information in their field. Structured with the same flow as a research report and designed to develop and grow the student's skill as they read, this title is an accessible and essential text for doctors, nurses and health professionals in all fields.

Essentials of Clinical Mycology

  • Filename: essentials-of-clinical-mycology.
  • ISBN: 1441966404
  • Release Date: 2011-01-12
  • Number of pages: 553
  • Author: Carol A. Kauffman
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media



Clinical Mycology offers a comprehensive review of this discipline. Organized by types of fungi, this volume covers microbiologic, epidemiologic and demographic aspects of fungal infections as well as diagnostic, clinical, therapeutic, and preventive approaches. Special patient populations are also detailed.

Essentials of Infectious Disease Epidemiology

  • Filename: essentials-of-infectious-disease-epidemiology.
  • ISBN: 0763734446
  • Release Date: 2008-07-03
  • Number of pages: 227
  • Author: Manya Magnus
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning



As WHO Director-General Nakajima says of infectious disease, “No country is safe from them.” As public health education grows, so, too will the need for methodologic skills in infectious disease epidemiology. Without these crucial skills, there will be insufficient resources to improve the health of the public, both domestically and globally. Essentials of Infectious Disease Epidemiology is one of the few texts devoted specifically to the methods required to study infectious disease making the perfect introduction to the field for undergraduate and introductory masters-level public health students. It will provide students with the requisite skills to conduct, evaluate, and understand the field of infectious disease epidemiology. Looking for more real-life evidence? Check out Cases 1, 2, 19, & 21 in Essential Case Studies in Public Health, Putting Public Health into Practice.

Methods of Clinical Epidemiology

  • Filename: methods-of-clinical-epidemiology.
  • ISBN: 9783642371318
  • Release Date: 2013-06-01
  • Number of pages: 282
  • Author: Suhail A. R. Doi
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media



“Methods of Clinical Epidemiology” serves as a text on methods useful to clinical researchers. It provides a clear introduction to the common research methodology specific to clinical research for both students and researchers. This book sets out to fill the gap left by texts that concentrate on public health epidemiology and focuses on what is not covered well in such texts. The four sections cover methods that have not previously been brought together in one text and serves as a second level textbook of clinical epidemiology methodology. This book will be of use to postgraduate students in clinical epidemiology as well as clinical researchers at the start of their careers.

The Lancet Handbook of Essential Concepts in Clinical Research

  • Filename: the-lancet-handbook-of-essential-concepts-in-clinical-research.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015064779559
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Number of pages: 223
  • Author: Kenneth F. Schulz
  • Publisher: The Lancet



The needs of clinicians predominate throughout the text, but these needs overlap with those of researchers especially in chapters covering randomized controlled trials. For readers to assess trials accurately they need to understand relevant guidelines on the conduct of trials that are emerging from methodological research. In presenting these discussions to clinicians these chapters will help researchers who also do randomized trials and provide a methodological background that enhances the quality and quantity of their research productivity. Enables clinicians to read the medical literature more critically Chapters cover: descriptive studies, cohort studies, case control studies, bias, and screening tests Five chapters dedicated to randomized controlled trials

Designing Clinical Research

  • Filename: designing-clinical-research.
  • ISBN: 9781469840543
  • Release Date: 2013-05-08
  • Number of pages: 378
  • Author: Stephen B. Hulley
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins



Designing Clinical Research sets the standard for providing a practical guide to planning, tabulating, formulating, and implementing clinical research, with an easy-to-read, uncomplicated presentation. This product incorporates current research methodology--including molecular and genetic clinical research--and offers an updated syllabus for conducting a clinical research workshop. Emphasis is on common sense as the main ingredient of good science. The book explains how to choose well-focused research questions and details the steps through all the elements of study design, data collection, quality assurance, and basic grant-writing.

Epidemiology in Medicine

  • Filename: epidemiology-in-medicine.
  • ISBN: 0316356360
  • Release Date: 1987
  • Number of pages: 383
  • Author: Julie E. Buring
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins



Harvard Medical School, Boston. Textbook for medical and public health students.

Essentials of Clinical Infectious Diseases

  • Filename: essentials-of-clinical-infectious-diseases.
  • ISBN: 9781936287918
  • Release Date: 2013-02-12
  • Number of pages: 367
  • Author: William F. Wright
  • Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing



This quick-reference handbook on clinical infectious diseases is intended for a broad medical audience. Written in outline format with 45 short focused chapters covering core infectious disease topics, the book provides a basic introduction to identifying and managing commonly encountered problems. Organized by system, each section begins with a general framework covering clinical presentation, laboratory and diagnostic evaluation, and empirical antibiotic therapy. Individual chapters within sections are devoted to particular problems and cover pathogenesis and risk factors, microbial causes, clinical manifestations, approach to the patient (history, examination, diagnostic studies), diagnostic criteria, and medical, antimicrobial, and surgical management.

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