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This presentation covers a brief introduction to some of the more common statistical analyses we run into while working with medical residents. The point is to make the audience familiar with these statistics rather than calculate them, so it is well-suited for journal clubs or other EBM-related sessions. By the end of this presentation the students should be able to: Define parametric and descriptive statistics
• Compare and contrast three primary classes of parametric statistics: relationships, group differences, and repeated measures with regards to when and why to use each
• Link parametric statistics with their non-parametric equivalents
• Identify the benefits and risks associated with using multivariate statistics
• Match research scenarios with the appropriate parametric statistics
The presentation is accompanied with the following handout: http://slidesha.re/1178weg
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