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Juan Francisco Vázquez Pérez | Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara - Academia.edu Applied Ethics, Democratic Education, Democratic Theory, Democratization, Democracy, and 10 more Puissance et calcul du nombre de sujets nécessaires - Interprétation des essais cliniques Puissance et nombre de sujets nécessaires Accueil > Sommaire > Puissance Powerpoint La puissance statistique d’un essai thérapeutique mesure son aptitude à mettre en évidence l’effet d’un traitement si celui-ci existe. La puissance statistique d'un essai clinique est son aptitude (en termes de probabilité) d'obtenir un résultat statistiquement significatif si le traitement est réellement efficace. Un essai suffisamment puissant a une forte probabilité d'obtenir un résultat significatif si le traitement a l’efficacité escomptée. La puissance est similaire au pouvoir grossissant d'un microscope (Figure 1). Figure 1 – Illustration de l’analogie entre puissance et pouvoir grossissant du microscope La puissance statistique d'un essai utilisant un critère de jugement binaire dépend de plusieurs paramètres : la taille de l'effet à mettre en évidence, le nombre de sujets, le risque de base (risque sans traitement) et le risque d'erreur statistique alpha consenti. 3.1 Principe que n est petit. . avec et

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Endorsed Family Practice Resources | CFPC Policy Papers and Endorsements | Health Policy | The College of Family Physicians Canada Share Family Practice Resources are clinical tools that have been endorsed by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) for use in clinical practice. Can’t find a document? Some older documents are not listed, but may be kept on file for future reference. Contact us. Endorsement signifies that we have reviewed the document, are in general agreement with its contents, and permission has been granted to use our name/logo. Please note that we will not consider endorsement of Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) unless a CFPC representative has participated in the development of those CPGs. Acute care of at risk newborns education manual. The Acute Care of at-RiskNewborns (ACoRN) program is designed for any practitioner who may be called upon to care for at-risk babies and their families, regardless of experience or training in neonatal emergencies. Addiction & Substance Abuse Alzheimer Education Materials Anaphylaxis in Schools & Other Settings Handbook, 3rd edition Asthma action plan.

CHEP - Welcome to Hypertension Canada - Hypertension Canada The Canadian Hypertension Education Program (CHEP) is Hypertension Canada's knowledge translation program that targets various healthcare professionals in clinical and community settings, provides regularly updated standardized recommendations and clinical practice guidelines to detect, treat and control hypertension. The program includes development of the recommendations, dissemination (both printed and electronic) and evaluation. Now Available: The annual, evidence-based recommendations are developed through intense discussion of the clinical implications via a systematic review of the literature followed by critical appraisals of all the new clinical research and taking into account the assessment criteria in the AGREE II instrument. The CHEP recommendations for health care providers are then translated and adapted into educational materials for patients and providers. The Canadian Hypertension Education Program (CHEP) is operated and funded by Hypertension Canada.

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