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Pediatrician's guide to discussing research with patients [electronic resource]

Pediatrician's guide to discussing research with patients [electronic resource]

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Di Bartolo, Christina A. Braun, Maureen K.
Title Statement
Pediatrician's guide to discussing research with patients [electronic resource] / Christina A. Di Bartolo, Maureen K. Braun.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham :   Springer,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (vii, 261 p.).
ISBN
9783319495460 9783319495477 (e-book)
요약
With the proliferation of research studies posted online, media outlets scrambling to pick up stories, and individuals posting unverified information via social media, the landscape for parents trying to understand the latest science as it pertains to their children has never been more challenging to navigate. This book is intended to assist pediatricians when discussing research findings with parents. It provides an overview of research practices and terminology, clarifies misconceptions about studies and findings, and explains the limitations of research when applied to medical decision making. Through this framework, physicians can explain their reasoning behind specific clinical recommendations. In addition to examining the broad concepts comprising research literacy, this book reviews the current findings in topics that pediatricians report discussing most often with parents, such as vaccines, diet, medications, and sleep. Pediatrician’s Guide to Discussing Research with Patients is a unique resource for pediatricians in encouraging the development of research literacy in their patients.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
1 Introduction -- 2 Funding and Bias -- 3 Study Design and Related Considerations -- 4 Significance: Statistical versus Clinical -- 5 Incorporating Research into Health Care Decisions -- 6 Vaccines -- 7 Diet -- 8 Food Allergies -- 9 Discipline Techniques -- 10 Medications -- 11 Sleep -- 12 Screen Time -- 13 School Refusal -- 14 Infectious Diseases. .
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Pediatrics. Family medicine. Emergency medicine.
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520 ▼a With the proliferation of research studies posted online, media outlets scrambling to pick up stories, and individuals posting unverified information via social media, the landscape for parents trying to understand the latest science as it pertains to their children has never been more challenging to navigate. This book is intended to assist pediatricians when discussing research findings with parents. It provides an overview of research practices and terminology, clarifies misconceptions about studies and findings, and explains the limitations of research when applied to medical decision making. Through this framework, physicians can explain their reasoning behind specific clinical recommendations. In addition to examining the broad concepts comprising research literacy, this book reviews the current findings in topics that pediatricians report discussing most often with parents, such as vaccines, diet, medications, and sleep. Pediatrician’s Guide to Discussing Research with Patients is a unique resource for pediatricians in encouraging the development of research literacy in their patients.
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