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This excellent book is a comprehensive introduction to the usefulness and potential applications of evidence based medicine in the clinical setting. Written for anyone, medically qualified or not, How to Read a Paper makes seemingly obscure concepts clear, using practical examples and considering all the main types of research paper.
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This book should enable anyone to question whether all the evidence on a matter has been included, and spot whether the fault is with the research itself or how its findings are being described. (Liberator, 1 April 2014)"This is a smart and handy–sized little book which appeals on a number of levels...It will be a great tool for students, teachers and others in the world of academia, as well as patients who want to find out more about their condition, and who are new to reading journal papers and other documents which consider evidence–based medicine...As well as helping the reader understand the format and many of the styles used in such papers, it also offers an opportunity to engage with and critically appraise them...It is good to see this book in its 4 th edition and this reviewer hopes it continues to be revised as it really does provide a basic one–stop shop if you are new to evidence–based medicine." ( The Encephalitis Society, March 2011) Recensione:
"This book should have equal appeal for the first year medical students and grey–haired consultants, and deserves to be widely read" Professor Sir David Weatherall
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