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Statistical Methods for Health Care Research [Paperback]

Barbara Hazard Munro
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Oct. 1 2000 078172175X 978-0781721752 4
The thoroughly revised Fourth Edition of Statistical Methods for Healthcare Research continues the emphasis on reading, analysis, and writing of research results, and includes more content on reliability analysis, path analysis, measurement error, missing data, and survival analysis. This exceptional resource provides a well-grounded foundation for the statistics portion of nursing and all healthcare research courses. A computer disk, included with the text, contains data sets to use when completing the end of chapter application exercises that students can use to learn various statistical methods.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Statistical Methods for Health Care Research May 31 2003
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A very well-written and helpful statistics book. It was required reading for a course in Quantitative Nursing Research last semester. Overall, the concepts such as t-tests, correlation and regression were explained in relatively simple terms. Examples with answers were found at the end of each chapter and the book came with a data disk. This was the most user-friendly statistics book that I have used so far!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A very user friendly approach to understanding statistics. Jan. 3 1999
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An excellent beginning reference book for anyone in need of understanding or interpreting univariate and multivariate statistics. Geared toward health care research, with many examples. A data set is provided with the book for students to use with different analyses. Reading audience is upper division undergraduate or graduate student.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Statistical Methods for Health Care Research May 31 2003
By smartnurse123 - Published on Amazon.com
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A very well-written and helpful statistics book. It was required reading for a course in Quantitative Nursing Research last semester. Overall, the concepts such as t-tests, correlation and regression were explained in relatively simple terms. Examples with answers were found at the end of each chapter and the book came with a data disk. This was the most user-friendly statistics book that I have used so far!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Statistics March 26 2007
By Rebecca Kleinschmidt - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is written for PhD level students. It is not an easy read, even for someone who has had statistics before. I would not recommend this text to anyone except experienced statistics students.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Statistics Book! Oct. 21 2010
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Even though I read a lot of books, I do not often write book reviews - this is only my second review. If you are looking for an excellent book about statistical methods in the health sciences, this is the best book on the subject! It is very professional, and yet as clear as statistics can possibly be. Highly recommended for teaching both undergraduate and graduate students!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Disk a DUD... July 16 2010
By MSNstudent - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm three chapters into this book and things are explained reasonably well although it is kind of dry like a pharmacology textbook. The thing I'm not happy about is the disk. It is a DUD unless you have a special program for running it (SPSS or other compatable program). Oh well, at least I only need it for the next 9 weeks of class.
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