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Published: 11 August 2020

640 Pages

7.1 x 3.9 inches

ISBN: 9780198743583

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Oxford Handbook of Medical Statistics

Second Edition

Janet L. Peacock and Phil J. Peacock

Oxford Medical Handbooks

  • Guides the reader through the research process from design to interpretation, emphasizes understanding and interpretating statistics
  • Features all common statistical methods used in medicine, using real clinical worked examples to aid understanding
  • Covers all aspects of medical statistics you may encounter, from simple study design to complex Bayesian methods
  • Suitable for both designing and conducting your own research, and critically appraising other studies

New to this Edition:

  • Fully updated, including new sections on translational medicine, cluster designs, and currently available statistical modelling programmes
  • Features a brand new chapter on how to use the Handbook at different stages of your medical career
  • Revised to highlight newer designs, methods, and approaches used in statistical analysis

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