Clinical Research: Educational Videos The Association of Clinical Judgment with the P-value
When we evaluate the results of a study indicating that a new treatment is better that the standard of practice, looking at the P-value help us to assess the possibility of pure chance as an explanation of the results. In clinical research, before we calculate the P-value, we frequently use clinical judgment to define is chance can explain the study results. In this short video, Dr. Julio Ramirez, from the University of Louisville, offers an example of the use of clinical judgment in evaluating study results and the association of clinical judgment with the P-value.
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Ramirez, Julio A.
"Clinical Research: Educational Videos The Association of Clinical Judgment with the P-value,"
The University of Louisville Journal of Respiratory Infections: Vol. 1
, Article 7.
Available at: https://ir.library.louisville.edu/jri/vol1/iss1/7