Medical students and junior and senior doctors are frequently called upon to give research presentations, write reports, and answer exam questions on specific areas of medical research. Understanding Medical Research: The Studies That Shaped Medicine is an exciting new title that offers a unique and valuable approach to understanding historically influential studies in important areas of medicine. Featuring chapters from Sir Liam Donaldson and Sir David Weatherall, amongst others, world leading researchers identify ten primary research papers that have shaped the direction of research in their given topic, examining why they were carried out, key findings, and how they changed the field. Each chapter also contains short sections on aKey Questions Remaininga which outline outstanding areas where further research is needed, and a link to aKey Laboratories/Clinicsa which point the reader to major research groups of international standing. Covering the seminal research in core areas of medicine, Understanding Medical Research provides an authoritative framework on each topic for medical students and healthcare professionals.Participants returned every two years for continued follow-up, including medical histories, examination and laboratory investigations. In the 1970s the research extended the study to include over 5000 of the initial cohorta#39;s offspring and their partners. ... He came to wider attention, though, through the publication of an extended essay which laid the foundation for the modern concept of evidence- basedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Medical Research|
|Author||:||John A. Goodfellow|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2012-04-16|