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How to read a paper : the basics of evidence-based medicine / 5th ed

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Greenhalgh, Trisha.
서명 / 저자사항
How to read a paper : the basics of evidence-based medicine / Trisha Greenhalgh.
판사항
5th ed.
발행사항
Chichester, West Sussex :   John Wiley & Sons Inc.,   c2014.  
형태사항
xxii, 261 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
9781118800966 (pbk.)
내용주기
Why read papers at all? -- Searching the literature -- Getting your bearings: what is this paper about? -- Assessing methodological quality -- Statistics for the non-statistician -- Papers that report trials of drugs and other simple interventions -- Papers that report trials of complex interventions -- Papers that report diagnostic or screening tests -- Papers that summarise other papers (systematic reviews and meta-analyses) -- Papers that tell you what to do (guidelines) -- Papers that tell you what things cost (economic analyses) -- Papers that go beyond numbers (qualitative research) -- Papers that report questionnaire research -- Papers that report quality improvement case studies -- Getting evidence into practice.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Evidence-Based Practice. Journalism, Medical. Research.
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Foreword to the First Edition	Professor Sir David Weatherall; 	ix
Preface to the Third Edition		xi
Preface to the First Edition: do you need to read this book?		xiii
Acknowledgements		xv
Chapter 1	Why read papers at all?		1
1.1	Does ''evidence-based medicine'' simply mean ''reading papers in medical journals''?		1
1.2	Why do people often groan when you mention evidence-based medicine?		3
1.3	Before you start: formulate the problem		9
Chapter 2	Searching the literature		15
2.1	Searching for evidence: key principles		15
2.2	Medline and other ''raw'' databases		17
2.3	Databases with search filters		20
2.4	Databases of pre-appraised articles		21
2.5	Databases of synthesised evidence		23
2.6	Databases of ongoing research		24
2.7	Citation searching		24
2.8	Human contact sources		25
2.9	Worked examples of search problems		26
Chapter 3	Getting your bearings: what is this paper about?		40
3.1	The science of ''trashing'' papers		40
3.2	Three preliminary questions to get your bearings		42
3.3	Randomised controlled trials		44
3.4	Cohort studies		49
3.5	Case-control studies		50
3.6	Cross-sectional surveys		51
3.7	Case reports		52
3.8	The traditional hierarchy of evidence		53
3.9	A note on ethical considerations		53
Chapter 4	Assessing methodological quality		59
4.1	Was the study original?		59
4.2	Whom is the study about?		60
4.3	Was the design of the study sensible?		61
4.4	Was systematic bias avoided or minimised?		62
4.5	Was assessment ''blind''?		66
4.6	Were preliminary statistical questions addressed?		67
4.7	Summing up		70
Chapter 5	Statistics for the non-statistician		73
5.1	How can non-statisticians evaluate statistical tests?		73
5.2	Have the authors set the scene correctly?		74
5.3	Paired data, tails and outliers		79
5.4	Correlation, regression and causation		81
5.5	Probability and confidence		83
5.6	The bottom line		86
5.7	Summary		88
Chapter 6	Papers that report drug trials		90
6.1	''Evidence'' and marketing		90
6.2	Making decisions about therapy		92
6.3	Surrogate end points		93
6.4	How to get evidence out of a ''drug rep''		96
Chapter 7	Papers that report diagnostic or screening tests		100
7.1	Ten men in the dock		100
7.2	Validating diagnostic tests against a gold standard		101
7.3	Ten questions to ask about a paper which claims to validate a diagnostic or screening test		105
7.4	A note on likelihood ratios		110
Chapter 8	Papers that summarise other papers (systematic reviews and meta-analyses)		114
8.1	When is a review systematic?		114
8.2	Evaluating systematic reviews		117
8.3	Meta-analysis for the non-statistician		122
8.4	Explaining heterogeneity		126
8.5	New approaches to systematic review		130
Chapter 9	Papers that tell you what to do (guidelines)		134
9.1	The great guidelines debate		134
9.2	How can we help ensure that evidence-based guidelines are followed?		137
9.3	Ten questions to ask about a clinical guideline		142
Chapter 10	Papers that tell you what things cost (economic analyses)		152
10.1	What is economic analysis?		152
10.2	Measuring costs and benefits of health interventions		154
10.3	Ten questions to ask about an economic analysis		159
10.4	Conclusion		163
Chapter 11	Papers that go beyond numbers (qualitative research)		166
11.1	What is qualitative research?		166
11.2	Evaluating papers that describe qualitative research		170
11.3	Conclusion		177
Chapter 12	Papers that report questionnaire research		180
12.1	The rise and rise of questionnaire research		180
12.2	Ten questions to ask about a paper describing a questionnaire study		181
Chapter 13	Getting evidence into practice		191
13.1	Why are health professionals slow to adopt evidence-based practice?		191
13.2	How can we influence health professionals'' behaviour to promote evidence-based practice?		193
13.3	What does an ''evidence-based organisation'' look like?		198
13.4	What evidenced-based interventions are there for achieving organisational change to support evidence-based practice?		200
13.5	Why is it so hard to yet evidence into policy making?		205
Appendix 1	Checklists for finding, appraising and implementing evidence		212
Appendix 2	Assessing the effects of an intervention		220
Index		221

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