Statistical Methods for Health Care Research
Focusing on the statistical methods most frequently used in the health care literature and featuring numerous charts, graphs, and up-to-date examples from the literature, this text provides a thorough foundation for the statistics portion of nursing and all health care research courses. All Fifth Edition chapters include new examples and new computer printouts using the latest software, SPSS for Windows, Version 12. New material on regression diagnostics has been added.
Includes a complete set of powerpoint slides on the Connection website.
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. Brandon/Hill Nursing List first-purchase selection (#339). A guide for nurses covering statistical methods with an emphasis on the use of statistical software. The included diskette contains datasets from over 400 subjects. Previous edition: c1997. Softcover. DNLM: Health Services Research–Methods. –This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Well-Written Text for Beginners, February 3, 2005
I’m taking my first biostatistics class with W. Daniel’s Biostatistics text. It’s a good book, but I think it’s for more advanced statistics students. Munro’s text is more suitable for beginners who have never taken any statistics class. It explains the basic but important statistical concepts in plain English without using much mathematics. Very well written and easy to understand. The exercises at the end of each chapter are well picked. They are short, yet helpful for reviewing the important concepts that have just been covered.