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 WhatIs? Guides: What is a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) - Overview

Posted by RxPG on Tuesday, May 02 @ 02:50:29 IST (5478 reads)

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 wikipedia writes "Personal digital assistants (also called PDAs) are handheld devices that were originally designed as personal organizers, but became much more versatile over the years. A basic PDA usually includes date book, address book, task list, memo pad, clock, and calculator software. Newer PDAs also have both color screens and audio capabilities, enabling them to be used as mobile phones, web browsers or media players. Many PDAs can access the Internet, intranets or extranets via Wi-Fi, or Wireless Wide-Area Networks (WWANs)."

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 WhatIs? Guides: What is a Meta Analysis?

Posted by RxPG on Tuesday, February 28 @ 12:48:21 IST (2758 reads)

 Research section

 wikipedia writes "In statistics, a meta-analysis combines the results of several studies that address a set of related research hypotheses. The first meta-analysis was performed by Karl Pearson in 1904, in an attempt to overcome the problem of reduced statistical power in studies with small sample sizes; analyzing the results from a group of studies can allow more accurate data analysis."

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 WhatIs? Guides: What is a Systematic Review?

Posted by RxPG on Sunday, February 26 @ 20:18:57 IST (2496 reads)

 Research section

 wikipedia writes "Systematic reviews are generally regarded as the highest level of medical evidence by evidence-based medicine professionals. An understanding of systematic reviews and how to implement them in practice is becoming mandatory for all professionals involved in the delivery of health care."

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 WhatIs? Guides: What is a Clinical Audit?

Posted by RxPG on Saturday, February 25 @ 03:37:07 IST (3912 reads)

 Research section

 Wikipedia writes "Formally introduced in 1993 into the United Kingdom's National Health Service, (NHS), clinical audit is defined as, "a quality improvement process that seeks to improve patient care and outcomes through systematic review of care against explicit criteria and the implementation of change"."

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