Explain When Study Results Are Clinically Meaningful to Patients

It can be hard to decide whether you should change your recommendations based on new study findings.

Marketing may create buzz about an outcome that is statistically significant...but may not actually be clinically important.

For example, a study p-value of less than 0.05 indicates that the findings are STATISTICALLY significant...and are likely due to a real difference and not chance alone.

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