RT Book, Section
A1 Brignardello-Petersen, Romina
A1 Guyatt, Gordon
A1 Prasad, Kameshwar
A1 Jaeschke, Roman
A1 Cook, Deborah J.
A1 Walter, Stephen D.
A1 Tomlinson, George
A2 Guyatt, Gordon
A2 Rennie, Drummond
A2 Meade, Maureen O.
A2 Cook, Deborah J.
SR Print(0)
ID 1183876298
T1 Hypothesis Testing
T2 Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: A Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice, 3rd ed
YR 2015
FD 2015
PB McGraw-Hill Education
PP New York, NY
SN 978-0-07-179071-0
LK jamaevidence.mhmedical.com/content.aspx?aid=1183876298
RD 2022/12/08
AB For every treatment, there is a true, underlying effect that any individual experiment can only estimate (see Chapter 6, Why Study Results Mislead: Bias and Random Error). Investigators use statistical methods to advance their understanding of this true effect. This chapter explores the logic underlying one approach to statistical inquiry: hypothesis testing. Readers interested in how to teach the concepts reviewed in this chapter to clinical learners may be interested in an interactive script we have developed for this purpose.1