Lesaffre, Emmanuel; Declerck, Dominique
December 2005
Statistical Methods in Medical Research;Dec2005, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p537
Academic Journal
Focuses on the issues surrounding the oral health research. Importance of communication and collaboration between research groups in improving the field of oral health research; Establishment of an overview of the statistical methods employed in oral health follow-up studies; Means of enhancing the communication between oral health researchers and statisticians.


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