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Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: a Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice, 3E by
Call Number: WB 102.5 U845 2015 3rd ed.
Publication Date: 2014-12-30
esigned to help you to put key evidence-based medicine protocols into daily clinical practice. This detailed, yet highly readable reference demystifies the statistical, analytical, and clinical principles of evidence-based medicine, giving you a hands-on, practical resource. Here, you'll learn how to distinguish solid medical evidence from poor medical evidence, devise the best search strategies for each clinical question, critically appraise the medical literature, and optimally tailor evidence-based medicine for each patient. Current, authoritative content covering how to: avoid being misled by biased presentations of research findings; interpret the significance of clinical trials that are discontinued early; influence clinician behavior to improve patient care; and apply key strategies for teaching evidence-based medicine.
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Call Number: HM 1261 C287 2020
Publication Date: 2020-03-17
Think about your five closest friends. Are they happy? Do they live their lives with purpose? Do you? We put on a fake front for what we want people to see and think about us, but the reality is most people aren't happy. We're lost. We settle. We aren't happy with where we are. You can't be happy if you don't know your purpose. It's not possible. You want more but you don't even know where to start. You know there is more out there. You see others having success and you want it, too; there is nothing wrong with that. You just need help finding your purpose so you can find the success you see all around you. You can be productive, crush your goals, pretend that all the things that you've acquired actually mean something...but at the end of the day, if you don't know your purpose, you'll always feel like there's something missing. You'll know that you're capable of more and that you're not living the life you should be. You might be fooling the world, but you're not fooling the person looking back at you in the mirror. You need to find your actual power source.Your purpose is your source of power.Once you find your purpose it'll fuel you for life. You'll do things that you never thought you were capable of. Achieving your purpose will force you to morph into a stronger version of yourself. You'll have to push through fears, insecurities, and doubts that held you back. But somehow it'll all feel possible and necessary because you're purpose-driven now...and that's the only thing you'll ever need. --back cover.