Another week, another Quora question.

What is an online resource for learning statistics needed for clinicians explained in a language that could be understood by doctors?

There are many biostatistics courses available on Coursera. Living in Baltimore, I’m biased towards JHU’s offerings. “Case-Based Introduction to Biostatistics” by Dr. Scott Zeger is a good one. If you prefer text to video, here are three good resources:

If I had to pick one, it would be Dr. Brush’s book. He is a cardiologist writing for other physicians in a language they can understand. Also, Dr. Lehman recommended it, which is more than good enough for me.