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In Publishing Your Medical Research Paper, Daniel Byrne has assembled practical advice on how to design a study, collect and analyze data, and write a scientific manuscript. This concise, easy-to-read book provides helpful suggestions that make it a useful resource for both the inexperienced clinical researcher who needs a primer on publishing papers and the experienced investigator who seeks a succinct review of study design and scientific writing. Moreover, since this book contains basic information that will facilitate the critical appraisal of medical research, it should also be of use to those clinicians who are not investigators, but who have an interest in evidence-based medicine.
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