Clinical Pharmacist's Guide to Biostatistics and Literature Evaluation available in Paperback
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- American College of Clinical Pharmacy
Whether you are interpreting the medical literature to optimize patient care, improve health outcomes, or generate hypothesis for research, an understanding of biostatistics is essential for success. Despite exposure to biostatistics in undergraduate and professional education, pharmacists tend to be less confident in their knowledge of biostatistics and their ability to interpret the medical literature than in their clinical skills. This book was developed to bolster the pharmacist's knowledge and confidence for using biostatistical tools for interpreting the literature. With material drawn from ACCP's renowned Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program (PSAP) and the live pharmacotherapy preparatory course Updates in Therapeutics, editor Robert DiCenzo, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS, has designed this review to support pharmacists' preparation for the Pharmacotherapy and Ambulatory Care Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) examinations.