paper published – canadian vet journal

we submitted this commentary in response to a paper from our faculty which described negative results (no difference between treatment groups) in a study of coagulation in horses. we suggested that the presentation of 95% confidence intervals would help authors and readers better evaluate the study’s findings – not a new idea (Gardner and Altman, BMJ 1986), but slow to take hold in the veterinary literature. this was a nice collaborative effort between myself, our biostatistician, grace, and one of the co-authors of the original horse study, cathy.

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