In closing, without knowledge in statistics, health care professionals would not be able to provide evidenced-base interventions which leads to positive quality of care outcomes. With the aid of statistics, health care professionals are able to contribute to the growing number of medical researches particularly those which relate to the vocation of nursing. 5
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