CMH110 Epidemiology and Biostatistics 2010, Fall 2010As future physicians you have an obligation to remain current in your field of practice and to treat patients according to generally accepted standards of care. To do this well you will need to read the medical journals that are considered the most important sources of new information in your field of medicine. The primary purpose of this course is to teach you the skills to read, understand and critique the medical literature.
- Source: Tufts University
- Language: English
- Lisence Terms: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
- Tags: epidemiology, biostatistics, medical literature, confounding, evidence-based medicine, randomized control trial, observational studies, inferential statistics,
- Course Publishing Date: Feb 23, 2011