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Statistics for Evidence-based Practice in Nursing is an accessible and comprehensive learning resource for nurses in advanced practice, and executive and managerial roles. With case studies in each chapter, this accessible text helps nurses to connect statistics with every-day work in the healthcare field. The book is rich with figures, tables, and computer screen shots that assist students to understand how to apply statistics in SPSS. Instructor and student resources include slide sets, homework problems, and applications of statistics to evidence-based practice in a variety of healthcare settings.Features & Benefits*Course tested with nursing students as it was developed*Case studies include research and evidence-based practice applications of statistics*Leveled to meet the learning needs of practicing nurses who are returning to school*Designed with accessibility in mind to reduce student anxiety about statistics