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    Confidence intervals for determining clinical significance

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    Confidence Intervals: Why are they useful in helping to determine clinical significance? There are many controversies surrounding the issue of clinical significance vs. statistical significance. Identify one of them and summarize it. Finish with an opinion about the controversy.

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    A confidence interval is a range of population values that is compatible with the sample data however statistical significance utilizes data from a given hypothesized population. The validity of the confidence interval is based on same or similar populations and an average mean of all available data sets. Studies which utilize confidence intervals solely run the risk of a factual result or estimate of similar studies being different in some shape or form, from the demographics of the proposed sample of ...

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    The confidence intervals for determining clinical significance are determined. The opinions about controversy are given.