|ISBN-10 / ISBN-13||1284038793 / 9781284038798|
|Author||Rajender R. Aparasu|
|Publisher||Jones & Bartlett Learning (on 2014-03-21)|
|Number Of Pages||370|
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|Principles of Research Design and Drug Literature Evaluation is a unique resource that provides a balanced approach covering critical elements of clinical research, biostatistical principles, and scientific literature evaluation techniques for evidence-based medicine. This accessible text provides comprehensive course content that meets and exceeds the curriculum standards set by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). Written by expert authors specializing in pharmacy practice and research, this valuable text will provide pharmacy students and practitioners with a thorough understanding of the principles and practices of drug literature evaluation with a strong grounding in research and biostatistical principles.|
Principles of Research Design and Drug Literature Evaluation is an ideal foundation for professional pharmacy students and a key resource for pharmacy residents, research fellows, practitioners, and clinical researchers.
* Chapter Pedagogy: Learning Objectives, Review Questions, References, and Online Resources
* Instructor Resources: PowerPoint Presentations, Test Bank, and an Answer Key
* Student Resources: a Navigate Companion Website, including Crossword Puzzles, Interactive Flash Cards, Interactive Glossary, Matching Questions, and Web Links
From the Foreword:
"This book was designed to provide and encourage practitioner’s development and use of critical drug information evaluation skills through a deeper understanding of the foundational principles of study design and statistical methods. Because guidance on how a study’s limited findings should not be used is rare, practitioners must understand and evaluate for themselves the veracity and implications of the inherently limited primary literature findings they use as sources of drug information to make evidence-based decisions together with their patients.
The editors organized the book into three supporting sections to meet their pedagogical goals and address practitioners’ needs in translating research into practice.
Thanks to the editors, authors, and content of this book, you can now be more prepared than ever before for translating research into practice."
L. Douglas Ried, PhD, FAPhA
Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, Journal of the American Pharmacists Association
Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Pharmacy, University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, Texas
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