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In this lucid, readable book Trisha Greenhalgh provides the basics of evidence based medicine: how to find a medical research paper, assess it for its scientific validity, and where relevant, put the findings into practice.
Written for anyone, medically qualified or not, who wishes to understand and apply evidence based medicine, How to Read a Paper makes seemingly obscure concepts clear and relevant, using practical examples and considering all the main types of research paper.
This book is a comprehensive introduction to the usefulness and potential applications of evidence based medicine in the clinical setting.
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" - a 'must' for anyone who thinks about research - and that should be everyone who is involved in looking after patients." -- Complementary Therapies in Medicine
"This clear and concise book provides an excellent starting point for those interested in finding their way through medical literature." -- Palliative Medicine
Trisha Greenhalgh is Professor of Primary Health Care at University College, London and a practising GP. Her main areas of interest are
– Web based teaching and learning, especially for health care professionals
– Evidence based health care and quality improvement, especially in relation to multiprofessional and interdisciplinary working
– Health service management, especially organisation, delivery and evaluation of diabetes services in primary care
– Use of personal narrative to explore the patient′s perspective and illness experience, especially in relation to diabetes in minority ethnic groups
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