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This introductory textbook explores the function of study in healthiness care and focuses particularly at the value of organizing and describing examine information utilizing simple records. The objective of the textual content is to educate scholars find out how to learn info and current the result of evidence-based info research.
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1960). The absence of any description of data analysis made the interpretation of these findings difficult. In Craft's (1981) study, when 40 youths aged 12 to 17 years were offered a choice of a health professional, a parent, or both as information providers, health professionals were chosen most frequently. Additional findings about relationships between information provider preference and other variables were reported. However, errors in statistical analyses precluded conclusions being drawn from those data.