The book is an excellent reference for doctors and students working in different areas, such as the pharmaceutical industry, epidemiology, psychology or genetics. Readers with a stronger background in applied statistics can get an excellent overview of statistical terms in areas with which they may be unfamiliar. also of interest to TSHS members who consult with clinicians and investigators in the health sciences, and who teach medical students and health science students.
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There are perhaps two reasons for this: each of us, by virtue of his particular training, experience, wisdom or attention to detail, believes himself to possess a superior degree of personal skill in choosing and applying the proper remedy; and each patient is considered so variable, so utterly unique
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The aim of this guide is to provide such people with nontechnical definitions of many such terms. Consequently, no mathematical nomenclature or formulae are used in the definitions. Everitt, B. 2006, The Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics, 3rd edn, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Last, J. 2001, Dictionary of Epidemiology, 4th edn, Oxford University Press, New York.
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Cambridge Core - Epidemiology Public Health and Medical Statistics - Medical . Medical Statistics from A to Z. A Guide for Clinicians and Medical Students. Everitt’s book is very good as a first point of reference
Cambridge Core - Epidemiology Public Health and Medical Statistics - Medical Statistics from A to Z - by B. Everitt’s book is very good as a first point of reference. In some cases, the entries in this book would be all that is required to help a clinician or medical student understand some of the terminology or graphs in a journal paper. Source: Epidemiology and Infection. I recommend this book as a useful reference text that provides a user-friendly guide on terminology employed in the field of medical statistics.