Students' Attitudes Towards Statistics in Medical Research: A Comparison of Four Health Sciences Programs
Driven by a market that is imposing greater scrutiny on health care providers as well as by an explosive increase in health-related research, there is a growing need for an improved understanding of statistical design and analysis among today's students and practitioners in the health sciences. Although most students in the health sciences are required to take an introductory statistics course prior to entering professional programs, little is known about the attitudes those students possess regarding the use of statistics in medical research.
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ATSMR, Cognitive Compitence, T. Satarso, Health Sciences
Dexter, James G.. "Students' Attitudes Towards Statistics in Medical Research: A Comparison of Four Health Sciences Programs." (2000). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/psy_etds/169