02195nam a2200277 a 4500001001400000003000500014005001700019008004100036020001800077020001500095039002600110060002300136100003300159245010200192246004900294250001200343260008100355300002400436500010100460505117800561650002401739650003801763700002501801700007401826999001701900vtls000062766USIM20161107013730.0120626s2013 paua b 000 0 eng d a9781451115611 a145111561X 9y201206261540zPuvanes aWA 950bP728m 20131 aPlichta, Stacey Beth,d1965-10aMunro’s statistical methods for health care research /cStacey B. Plichta, Elizabeth A. Kelvin.1 aStatistical methods for health care research a6th ed. aPhiladelphia :bWolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins,cc2013. avii, 567 p. :bill. aRev. ed. of: Statistical methods for health care research / Barbara Hazard Munro. 5th ed. c2005.0 aUsing research and statistics in health care -- Descriptive statistics : getting to know the data -- Key principles of statistical inference -- Hypothesis testing with inferential statistics -- Measuring the differences between the means two unrelated group means : independent t-tests and Mann-Whitney U-tests -- Measuring the differences between the means of two related groups : paired t-tests and Wilcoxon Matched Pairs tests -- Measuring the differences between the means of three or more unrelated groups : one way ANOVAS and the Kruskal-Wallis H-tests -- Differences among the means of three or more unrelated groups defined by two or more independent variables : N-way ANOVA -- Comparing the means of three or more related groups : repeated measures ANOVA and Friedman’s ANOVA by rank -- Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) -- Measuring the association of two variables : Pearson and Spearman correlation -- Examining cross tabulations : the Chi-square statistic and the McNemar test -- Logistic regression -- Linear regression and regression diagnostics -- Factor analysis -- Path analysis -- Structural equation modeling -- Writing for presentation and publication.12aStatistics as Topic12aHealth Services Researchxmethods1 aKelvin, Elizabeth A.1 aMunro, Barbara Hazard.tStatistical methods for health care research. c53238d53238