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From the Publisher"By using Excel to explain how to conduct a statistical analysis, students will thoroughly grasp not only the mechanics of statistics but the underlying rationale for statistical reasoning."
— James V. Porto, Ph.D., MPA, Director, Executive Master's Programs, Health Policy and Administration School of Public Health, University of North Caroline-Chapel Hill
"Using Excel to teach statistics helped my understanding and makes ultimate sense when teaching statistics in the health care field."
— Scott Bankard, MPT, supervisor of acute rehabilitation services, Pitt County Memorial Hospital
"Thanks to this text, my graduate students actually enjoy our health care statistics course. I am struck by how much the authors cover, how clearly they convey some normally difficult concepts, and how much they incorporate new features found in Excel 2007, all in an easily understood manner."
— David C. Burchfield, PhD, FHFMA, Associate Professor, Master's of Health Administration, The University of Memphis
"The text is very intuitive and pragmatic in using Excel to teach statistical analysis to health professionals. I plan on using it as a desk reference for many years in the future"
— Andrew Matthews, MD, FACEP, medical director, Emergency Care Center, and advisory board member, CMC-NorthEast