"Medical Statistics" is an outstanding text for graduate medical students, dealing comprehensively with basic and advanced methodology across the various subjects required on medical courses. It has been written by three colleagues from the highly prestigious AIIMS in Delhi, who between them have over 50 years teaching experience, which they have used to create an invaluable learning tool. The book is constructed of 15 chapters, and systematically proceeds from an introduction to the subject, through diverse methods of the applications in hospital statistics, medical demography and even the misuse of statistics. "Medical Statistics" will be read by advanced medical students, graduates and also health professionals who will value the content as a reading reference throughout their career.
1. Introduction to Medical Statistics 2. Population and Sample, Methods of Data Collection and Principles of Sampling and Various Important Sampling Methods 3. Analysis of Data Applying Descriptive Statistical Methods 4. Logic of Statistical Inference 5. Analysis of Data Applying Inference Statistical Methods (Generalisation Methods) 6. Non-Parametric Tests of Significance 7. Multivariate Analysis Methods 8. Introduction to Epidemiology and Epidemiological Methods 9. Basic Principles of Design and Analysis of Clinical Trials 10. Estimation of Minimum Sample Size 11. Statistical Considerations of Diagnostic/Screening Tests 12. Introduction to Medical Demography 13. Hospital Statistics
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