The Idiot's Guide to Interpreting Research and Incorporating It into Practice-Michael Gerber
Reading a peer-reviewed research article can sometimes feel like trying to decipher code: Odds ratios. P-values. Confounders. Yet it's vitally important that EMS leaders and practitioners understand how a study was designed, what the results mean, and whether or not it should impact their clinical practice or daily operations. Using examples from recent EMS research, you'll learn a simple six-step method to use any time you read a research study. how to interpret the results, and whether or not the research should impact your practice.
1. Define common terms used in scientific research
2. Develop a system to critically review medical literature
3. Describe the different types of research studies and the benefits of drawbacks of each
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