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How can you tell if the bold headlines seen on social media are truly touting the next big thing or if the article isn't worth the paper it's printed on? Understanding Medical Studies, will provide you with the tools and skills you need to critically interpret medical studies, and determine for yourself the difference between good and bad science. The course covers study-design, research methods, and statistical interpretation. It also delves into the dark side of medical research by covering fraud, biases, and common misinterpretations of data. Each lesson will highlight case-studies from real-world journal articles. By the end of this course, you'll have the tools you need to determine the trustworthiness of the scientific information you're reading and, of course, whether or not your Facebook friend is wrong. This course was made possible in part by the George M. O'Brien Kidney Center at Yale....

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LT

2020年4月29日

I enjoy studying this course , the material and video example are well made ,and easy to understand too . Overall this course is great and really helpful it also help me improve on my judgement skill.

JA

2020年7月24日

This is a great course that helps you interpret the correct way to read clinical studies. It's something I'll use, especially when and if I am asked to take a medication that has serious side effects.

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326 - Understanding Medical Research: Your Facebook Friend is Wrong 的 350 個評論(共 546 個)

創建者 Nat N

2020年8月6日

This is one of the excellent courses I took on Courser. Strongly recommended!

創建者 Gill H

2020年7月20日

Excellent course: well-presented, fun and thought-provoking. I learned a lot.

創建者 Virginia N

2020年7月2日

Professor was great and lectures were very detailed, learned a lot!

THANK YOU!

創建者 Ola O

2022年3月26日

One of the best courses I have taken (and completed) on Coursera. Thank you.

創建者 Joel A

2021年5月7日

Excellent.

Complex concepts were simplified and made very easy to understand.

創建者 Irvin B

2021年2月1日

Excellent course and professor. A very engaging treatment of a complex topic

創建者 Shivani S

2020年12月15日

A great course! And an amazing lecturer that made everything seem so simple.

創建者 Erk J W

2020年6月3日

Marshall Erickson explaining the subtle art of medical research in a fun way

創建者 Μανόλης Δ

2021年4月6日

Πολύ χρήσιμο και πρακτικό υποτιμητικό στούντιο για όλους τους ανθρώπους !!!

創建者 Paulina V A

2020年6月19日

Professor Perry it was a wonderfull course, and very useful. Thanks a lot!!

創建者 P.B.H.S.M S

2020年11月5日

Excellent course....teached very well & leant lot....thank you very much😊

創建者 Kanayochukwu O

2020年6月16日

Well taught. You made a very confusing topic easily understandable. Kudos.

創建者 Shiva K

2021年1月24日

This is an outstanding course! One of the best I have taken in Coursera.

創建者 NIMMY K

2020年10月3日

I have learnt so many new concepts. Wonderful course! Highly recommended!

創建者 Juan R D C

2020年7月17日

I'll put it simple: BEST COURSE FOR CRITICAL THINKING AND APPRAISAL EVER!

創建者 Lim K Y

2020年8月23日

The courses are informative and easy to understand. Thank you Dr Wilson.

創建者 Kamla R

2021年6月27日

very easy to follow and much needed guidance on understanding research

創建者 Issam C C

2020年12月18日

exceptional! very very easy to understand such a hard topic. Loved it.

創建者 Urszula W

2020年6月25日

Thank you! Really enjoyed this course, Dr. Wilson is a great lecturer!

創建者 Kevin J K

2020年5月9日

Excellent, I was intrigued the entire time and it was very beneficial.

創建者 Clayton R

2020年12月12日

Take this course! It isn't easy, but it is very much worth your time.

創建者 Linda

2020年11月18日

Very interesting course! Very well constructed. I missed assignments.

創建者 Fredrick S

2020年8月25日

Very interesting and educational course. Made statistics look simple

創建者 Hesham A

2021年6月14日

I recommend this course to all students, especially medical students

創建者 Nitya M

2020年7月1日

Thank you, invaluable knowledge, ready to read more medial research!