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Clinical Inference and Decision Making Part I
Making clinical decisions can be problematic without a logical inferential framework. The reasons behind the production of observational data may be unclear and can affect the validity of future decision making. This is part 1 of lecture series that will outline the mechanism behind making inferences and how probability theory can be used to help make better estimates of the confidence in making inferences.
What attendees can expect to learn:
How to recognize difficulties and limitations in the clinical inferential process. - How probability theory can help solve inferential problems.
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This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between CLINICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION and PACIFIC ENDODONTIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION.
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