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Publication Date: 2019 Kwantlen Polytechnic University
How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-Based Medicine, 4e by Trisha GreenhalghEveryone seeks to avoid getting into a lawsuit, but what do you do if this does happen? Getting sued for medical malpractice is one of the most traumatic events of a physician's career. This text will guide doctors and physicians through the process from the moment they receive a summons until the after-trial appeal process. It contains valuable information that physicians need to know to prevent making critical mistakes that can hurt their case. It comes with strategies explained to maximize their chances of a defendant's verdict. It includes vital information on how to change your attorney, act at the deposition and dress for court, and navigate through what is a mysterious and terrifying process in non-legalese language that is easy to understand including, what makes patients angry, strategies for coping, sample questions and tips on answering them, and what happens in court and how to continue if there is a bad outcome.
The Research Guide: A Primer for Residents, Other Health Care Trainees, and Practitioners by Bart J. Harvey; Eddy S. Lang; Jason R. FrankA step-by-step guide for novice researchers and their supervisors. Written and reviewed by Canadian experts, this practical and accessible guide enables new and experienced researchers to effectively design a study, conduct the research and interpret the findings.
Research Methods in Health: Investigating Health and Health Services, 2e by Ann BowlingThis is a comprehensive, easy to read, guide to the range of methods used to study and evaluate health and health services. It describes the concepts and methods used by the main disciplines involved in health research, including: demography, epidemiology, health economics, psychology and sociology.
Conducting Research in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine by Alex M. Zbinden; Dick ThomsonProvides a single resource for those starting out in research including practical advice for both clinical and scientific research.
Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research by John W. Creswell; Vicki L. Plano ClarkCombining the latest thinking in the field with practical, step-by-step guidance, Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research, 3e now includes seven mixed methods designs with accompanying journal articles illustrating each design.
Applied Statistical Considerations for Clinical Researchers by David CullifordThis essential book details intermediate-level statistical methods and frameworks for the clinician and medical researcher with an elementary grasp of health statistics and focuses on selecting the appropriate statistical method for many scenarios. Detailed evaluation of various methodologies familiarizes readers with the available techniques and equips them with the tools to select the best from a range of options.
Publication Date: 2021-11-19
Clinical Research: Case Studies of Successes and Failures by John G. Brock-UtneThis book provides insights into how to be a productive clinical researcher via real-life case examples of successful clinical research -- and also clinical research gone awry. Through these examples of success and failure, the book develops a blueprint for building a career in clinical research. Future medical practice depends on the quality of the clinical trials to which drugs, devices, and treatment procedures are subjected today. However, clinical trials are not easy to do, and many physicians and health care providers who attempt clinical research struggle in this endeavor, primarily because of lack of instruction. Clinical Research aims to fill the gap between training and research through case studies of a long-time clinical researcher's rich and varied experiences.
Developing a Successful Clinical Research Program by Cara EastThis unique book is designed to help a medical team become a clinical research team. It includes practical information and tips for the initial stages of clinical research: building a team, negotiating a contract, developing a budget, and writing and improving a patient consent.
Research in Clinical Practice by Daron Smith; Dan WoodResearch in Clinical Practice is a compact and portable text written by clinicians for clinicians. Its succinct style allows people to know what the problems are and how to approach them without clouding them with detail.
Publication Date: Amsterdam, Centre for Evidence-Based Management, 2014
The Philosophy of Evidence-Based Medicine by Jeremy H. HowickEvidence-based medicine (EBM) has become a required element of clinical practice, but it is critical for the healthcare community to understand the ongoing controversy surrounding EBM. Seeking to address questions raised by critics, The Philosophy of Evidence-based Medicine challenges the over dependency of EBM on randomized controlled trials.
Interpreting Qualitative Data: A Guide to the Principles of Qualitative Research, 4e by David SilvermanDavid Silverman offers beginners a hands-on guide to getting the best out of a research methods course or an undergraduate research project.
InterViews: Learning the Craft of Qualitative Research Interviewing by Steinar Kvale; Svend BrinkmannThis thoroughly revised Second Edition retains the original's seven-stage structure, continuing to focus on the practical, epistemological, and ethical issues involved with interviewing.
Community-Led Research: Walking New Pathways Together by Victoria Rawlings, James Flexner and Lynette Riley [eds]The concept of community-led research has taken off in recent years in a variety of fields, from archaeology and anthropology to social work and everything in between. Drawing on case studies from Australia, the Pacific and Southeast Asia, this book considers what it means to participate in community-led research, for both communities and researchers. How can researchers and communities work together well, and how can research be reimagined using the knowledge of First Nations peoples and other communities to ensure it remains relevant, sustainable, socially just and inclusive?