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Dissertation Guide: Recommended reading

Hall GM.  How to Write a Paper (5th ed).  BMJ Books, 2013.  (ISBN 9780470672204)

Greenhalgh T.  How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-based Medicine (4th ed). Wiley Blackwell, 2010.  (ISBN 9781444334364)

Coggon D.  Statistics in Clinical Practice (2nd ed).  BMJ Books, 2002.  (ISBN 0727916092)

Coggon D, Barker DJP, Rose G.  Epidemiology for the Uninitiated (5th ed).  BMJ Books, 2002.  (ISBN 0727916041)

Campbell MJ, Swinscow TDV.  Statistics at Square One (11th ed).  BMJ Books, 2009.  (ISBN 9781405191005)

Oppenheim AN.  Questionnaire Design, Interviewing and Attitude Measurement (3rd ed).  Continuum, 2000.  (ISBN 9781855670433)

Gowers E, Greenbaum S, Whitcut J.  The Complete Plain Words (3rd ed).  David R Godine, 2004.  (ISBN 1567922031)

Verbeek J, Ijaz S.  Systematic Reviews of Occupational Safety and Health.  In: Venables KM (ed).  Current Topics in Occupational Epidemiology.  OUP, 2013.  (ISBN 9780199683901)

Jsiwek J, Gourlay ML, Slawson DC, Shaughnessy AF. How to Write an Evidence-Based Clinical Review Article. American Family Physician 2002;65:251-8.


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