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Doing More Good Than Harm – The Evaluation Of Health Care Interventions

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Title: Doing More Good Than Harm: The Evaluation of Health Care Interventions
Condition: Used
Author(s): Kenneth S. Warren, Frederick Mosteller
Format: Paperback

Year: 1992

Details: Because the outcome of medical interventions is sometimes unintentionally harmful, analytic methods, including meta-analyses, are being developed and refined to evaluate the effects of treatment on a population. This book discusses the efficacy of various kinds of clinical trials in assessing the goodness of such treatments. It also deals with the ancillary issues of publication bias and the dissemination of information through the press, as well as the economic and political consequences of decisions that are taken.

Extra Author Details: Warrenˏ Kenneth S [Author; Editor; Other; Editor Of Compilation], New York Academy Of Sciences [Host Institution; Other], L W Frohlich Charitable Trust [Host Institution; Other], Mostellerˏ Frederick (1916-2006) [Author; Editor; Editor Of Compilation]
Fast Tags: Medical care–Evaluation
ISBN: 9780897668330
DDC: 500
LCC: Q11
OCLC_OWI: 1104244941

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Weight2.5 lbs
Dimensions18 × 14 × 3 in
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Medical care–Evaluation

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9780897668330

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Doing More Good Than Harm – The Evaluation Of Health Care Interventions

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