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Clinical Case Reporting In Evidence-based Medicine (Second Edition)

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"As the evidence-based medicine movement gathers momentum, it is clear that valuable information can also be derived from individual case studies, provided that the information is structured correctly from the outset. Good clinical reports and case studies must link together several elements of epidemiology, clinimetrics, qualitative research principals and methods of gathering information on individual clinical situations. The first edition of Clinical Case Reporting in Evidence-based Medicine was timely in its explanation of the theory and practice or choosing and reporting clinical cases; this new edition provides additional coverage on routine case reports in medicine, surgery and psychiatry, case reporting in occupational medicine and in tort litigation for courts of law.

Practically orientated, the book shows the reader;

- How to understand the role of clinical case reports in the fast evolving field of evidence-based medicine.
- How to choose relevant clinical cases worthy of reporting
- How to report these cases in a clear, structured manner
- How to prepare clinical case series reports
- How to prepare reports that meet the requirements of medical journals
- How to prepare reports that make valuable contributions to the chain of evidence in evidence-based medicine.
- How to present a routine case in medicine and surgery, and in psychiatry
- How to present clinical cases in medico-legal contexts, including occupational medicine
- How to expand clinical research beyond case reports

This second edition is an essential companion to any medical professional wishing to contribute to the practise of medicine on a sound evidence base."

Excellent pages with slight edge-wear. Does have a library stamp on the front flyleaf.

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Author(s):
Milos Jenicek
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
229
Publisher:
Arnold Publishers

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From the blurb;

"As the evidence-based medicine movement gathers momentum, it is clear that valuable information can also be derived from individual case studies, provided that the information is structured correctly from the outset. Good clinical reports and case studies must link together several elements of epidemiology, clinimetrics, qualitative research principals and methods of gathering information on individual clinical situations. The first edition of Clinical Case Reporting in Evidence-based Medicine was timely in its explanation of the theory and practice or choosing and reporting clinical cases; this new edition provides additional coverage on routine case reports in medicine, surgery and psychiatry, case reporting in occupational medicine and in tort litigation for courts of law.

Practically orientated, the book shows the reader;

- How to understand the role of clinical case reports in the fast evolving field of evidence-based medicine.
- How to choose relevant clinical cases worthy of reporting
- How to report these cases in a clear, structured manner
- How to prepare clinical case series reports
- How to prepare reports that meet the requirements of medical journals
- How to prepare reports that make valuable contributions to the chain of evidence in evidence-based medicine.
- How to present a routine case in medicine and surgery, and in psychiatry
- How to present clinical cases in medico-legal contexts, including occupational medicine
- How to expand clinical research beyond case reports

This second edition is an essential companion to any medical professional wishing to contribute to the practise of medicine on a sound evidence base."

Excellent pages with slight edge-wear. Does have a library stamp on the front flyleaf.

Author(s):
Milos Jenicek
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
229
Publisher:
Arnold Publishers

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