4 edition of Diverse techniques of analysis by 27 eminent clinicians found in the catalog.
Diverse techniques of analysis by 27 eminent clinicians
|Statement||edited by Benjamin B. Wolman.|
|Series||The Master work series|
|Contributions||Wolman, Benjamin B.|
|LC Classifications||RC504 .P794 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 596 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||596|
|LC Control Number||94049232|
improving care within clinical, community and public health settings. Improvements have accrued in the range of research designs used, the methods to collect data, and analytical strategies used to make sense of implementation information, and transpose data for use in mixed methods analysis. The diverse forms of qualitative methods do, for. Using strategies tailored for analysis of multi-ethnic and admixed populations, we describe a framework for analysing diverse populations, identify 27 .
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