Table of contents for Clinical epidemiology : how to do clinical practice research / R. Brian Haynes ... [et al.].

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I. Performing Clinical Research
1. Forming Research Questions	
2. Conducting Systematic Reviews	
3. Finding Information about the Burden of Disease	
4. An Introduction to Performing Therapeutic Trials	
5. The Tactics of Performing Therapeutic Trials 	
6. The Principles Behind the Tactics of Performing Therapeutic Trials 	
7. Performing Quality Improvement Studies	
8. Evaluating Diagnostic Tests	
9. Determining Prognosis and Creating Clinical Decision Rules	
10. Assessing Claims of Causation	
11. Generating Measurements, Especially for the Quality of Life	
II. Becoming a Clinical Researcher
12. Becoming a Successful Clinician-Investigator	
13. Preparing a Research Protocol to Improve its Chances for Success	
14. Collecting Data Online	
15. Analyzing Data	
16. Preparing Reports for Publication and Responding to Reviewers' Comments	
17. Dealing with the Media	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Clinical epidemiology.
Medicine -- Research -- Epidemiology.
Biomedical Research -- methods.
Epidemiologic Methods.
Research Design.