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by Dan Mayer

It may seem simple enough to use the best re to determine the best care for an individual patient, however many medical students and physicians may not have the mathematical background or training to critically evaluate published research. This "user's guide" helps the medical professional to become a more discriminating reader of medical literature, and ultimately better equipped to apply evidence-based medicine in practice. The volume will be an ideal introductory text for medical students and health-care professionals.
Download Essential Evidence-Based Medicine (Essential Medical Texts for Students and Trainees) epub
ISBN: 0521832616
ISBN13: 978-0521832618
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Dan Mayer
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 26, 2004)
Pages: 392 pages
ePUB size: 1477 kb
FB2 size: 1244 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 505
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good item
Strongly recommended for those interested in EBM
Meh. Didn't really read much of this.
Very satisfied with my purchase!
Exactly what I needed.
The chapters are nice and short. So it's an easy read and explains the information very well.
I received my book only 3 business days after purchasing it and it was in brand new condition, yet only 1/4 the price it was at my college bookstore.
VERY UNIMPRESSED. It's easily one of the most poorly written books I've ever read, with a blatant overuse of parenthesis, poor use of the English language, excessive and needless bolding of words that have no definition (yes he even bolded the words "all" and "some" in one of the chapters), and many other things. It makes me wonder if the author even had his book edited by a professional editor since an editor would not have let any of those things slide. Also, I wonder who his audience is for the book. It is obviously not any medical personnel since he finds it necessary to define every little semi-complicated word in the parenthesis right after the word. He even had this in the last reading "... medical records (patient charts)." Ridiculous. It makes me wonder if he just couldn't pick a word so he decided to just put all the synonyms he was thinking of in the parenthesis. It honestly makes me frustrated and angry when I have to read such a poorly written book. I find myself editing it in my head as I go...