Alejandro R Jadad
In this superbly lucid explanation of RCTs, their benefits, pitfalls, and the ethical dilemmas involved, Alex Jadad distils his wide knowledge, based on years of work at the University of Oxford, and at the hub of research learning, McMaster University, into a simple question-and-answer format covering:
Making such concepts both simple to grasp and fascinating is an art that Alex Jadad has mastered, to produce a book that will be an invaluable companion to all those in health care who endeavour to make the best use of clinical research.
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© BMJ Books 1998. BMJ Books is an imprint of the BMJ Publishing Group. First published in 1998 by BMJ Books, BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JR. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. ISBN 0-7279-1208-9