Posted on 2009-04-06. By anonymous.
Sage Publications Ltd | 544 pages | 2001 | ISBN: 0761961445 | PDF | 2 mb
'This handbook is an excellent reflection of the growing maturity and methodological sophistication of the field of Health Technology Assessment. The Handbook covers a spectrum of issues, from primary evidence (clinical trials) through reviews and meta-analysis, to identifying and filling gaps in the evidence. Up-to-date, clearly written, and well-edited, the handbook is a needed addition to any personal or professional library dealing with Health Technology Assessment.'
Professor David Banta, TNO Prevention and Health, The Netherlands
'This text presents the most advanced knowledge on methodology in health care research, and will form the backbone of many future studies' - Paula Roberts, Nurse Researcher
The `effectiveness revolution' both in research and clinical practice, has tested available methods for health services research to the extreme. How far can observational methods, routine data and qualitative methods be used in health care evaluation? What cost and outcome measures are appropriate, and how should data be gathered?
With the support of over two million pounds from the British Health Technology Assessment Research Programme, the research project for this Handbook has led to both a synthesis of all of the existing knowledge in these areas and an agenda for future debate and research.
The chapters and their authors have been selected through a careful process of peer review and provide a coherent and complete approach to the field. The handbook has been a unique collaboration between internationally regarded clinicians, statisticians, epidemiologists, social scientists, health economists and ethicists. It provides the most advanced thinking and the most authoritative resource for a state of the art review of methods of evaluating health care and will be required reading for anyone involved in health services research and management.
- Ebooks list page : 2621
- 2012-04-10Evidence-Based Pediatric Oncology by Ross Pinkerton
- 2012-03-19Positive Relationships: Evidence Based Practice across the World
- 2012-03-14Neurology: An Evidence-Based Approach
- 2012-03-13Combining CBT and Medication: An Evidence-Based Approach By Donna M. Sudak
- 2012-01-18Profit Signals: How Evidence Based Decisions Power Six Sigma Breakthroughs - M. Daniel Sloan
- 2011-08-25Profit Signals: How Evidence Based Decisions Power Six Sigma Breakthroughs
- 2021-03-02Understanding Research Methods for Evidence Based Practice in Health
- 2021-02-11Understanding Research Methods for Evidence Based Practice in Health
- 2021-01-23Understanding Research Methods for Evidence-Based Practice in Health
- 2018-11-15How to Implement Evidence-Based Healthcare
- 2018-02-10How to Implement Evidence-Based Healthcare
- 2018-01-14[PDF] Evidence-Based Healthcare: How to Make Health Policy and Management Decisions, 2e
- 2017-12-14[PDF] Design Tools for Evidence-Based Healthcare Design
- 2017-10-19[PDF] Handbook on Dementia Caregiving: Evidence-Based Interventions for Family Caregivers
- 2017-02-16[PDF] Design Tools for Evidence-Based Healthcare Design
- 2013-11-20Evidence-Based Healthcare: How to Make Health Policy and Management Decisions, 2e (repost)
- 2011-11-23Evidence-Based Healthcare: How to Make Health Policy and Management Decisions
- 2010-09-02Handbook of Workplace Assessment: Evidence-based Practices for Selecting and Developing Organizational Talent
- 2021-02-16Handbook of Integrative Dermatology: An Evidence Based Approach
- Download links and password may be in the description section, read description carefully!
- Do a search to find mirrors if no download links or dead links.