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- Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 54.99
Clinicians and those in health sciences are frequently called upon to measure subjective states such as attitudes, feelings, quality of life, educational achievement and aptitude, and learning style in their patients. This fifth edition of Health Measurement Scales enables these groups to both develop scales to measure non-tangible health outcomes,... more...
- Wiley 2013; US$ 42.95
Updated companion volume to the ever popular Statistics at Square One (SS1) Statistics at Square Two, Second Edition, helps you evaluate the many statistical methods in current use. Going beyond the basics of SS1, it covers sophisticated methods and highlights misunderstandings. Easy to read, it includes annotated computer outputs and keeps formulas... more...
- Springer Publishing Company 2014; US$ 65.00
"This text is filled with examples of leaders who have been responsive to change. They have built adaptable, learning-focused, and meaningfully networked organizations that are flourishing. I encourage you to determine which aspects of their experiences are most suitable to your circumstances and cultivate the essential competencies of leadership... more...
- Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 72.95
This review describes the statistics of health care derived from non-routine sources. The chapter on need describes local and national population studies and general morbidity surveys as well as covering a range of specific problem studies. Statistics reflecting unmet demand are described as they relate to the various stages of medical care from primary... more...
- Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 150.00
With the advent of electronic medical records years ago and the increasing capabilities of computers, our healthcare systems are sitting on growing mountains of data. Not only does the data grow from patient volume but the type of data we store is also growing exponentially. Practical Predictive Analytics and Decisioning Systems for Medicine provides... more...
- Wiley 2003; US$ 157.00
Each topic starts with an explanation of the theoretical background necessary to allow full understanding of the technique and to facilitate future learning of more advanced or new methods and software Explanations are designed to assume as little background in mathematics and statistical theory as possible, except that some knowledge of calculus is... more...
- Pan American Health Organization 2003; US$ 18.00
Este informe, traducción del original en inglés publicado por la Organización Mundial de la Salud, es el resultado de la investigación y análisis de un grupo interdisciplinario, presidido por el Dr. George A.O. Alleyne y el Profesor Daniel Cohen. La razón de ser del Grupo de Trabajo fue presentar pruebas que van más allá del sector de la salud para... more...
- World Health Organization 2005; US$ 36.00
Focuses on a basic set of health indicators that were selected on the basis of current availability and quality of data and include the majority of health indicators that have been selected for monitoring progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In the first part of World Health Statistics 2005, data are presented in four interrelated... more...
- World Health Organization 2002; US$ 45.00
With increasing life expectancy, measuring population health levels on the basis of mortality rates alone has become less and less relevant in many populations. At the same time, societies invest substantial resources in promoting healthy life, in addition to preventing premature death. But how effective have these efforts been? What is the appropriate... more...