The final part of an overview of how to read and critically evaluate a clinical trial, prior to applying the information to your patient. Included is a discussion of the surrogate and composite endpoints, systematic biases in research, validity, and the difference between clinical and statistical significance.
For a printable summary of this video series, see the pdf located here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B9SDUwepGWeUTmtscnJSSjR5OE0?pageId=113257053107946991725
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