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The application of statistics is and has been vast and extensive in diverse disciplinary fields. Statistics refer to numerical facts and figures. In healthcare, researchers use statistical techniques to measure the significance of study findings, identify patient trends, and promote evidence-based practice (Helbig & Ambrose, 2018). The historical application of statistics was noted in the 1600s during the first documentation of social statistical concepts that provided a discussion on probability and normal curve equations (Helbig & Ambrose, 2018). The historical evolution of nursing research fostered the application of statistics and patient data analysis in nursing practice. This evolution has birthed concepts like evidence-based practice, new treatment and medicines, and the reform of the healthcare system.
In healthcare, Nightingale was the first to apply statistics to make changes in nursing practice. She collected numerical data to identify the importance of proper sanitation in care provision and its effect on mortality rates (Helbig & Ambrose, 2018). This data enabled Nightingale to develop the Environmental theory that postulates the need for proper sanitation, ventilation, clean water to provide quality care. She used statistics during the Crimean War to identify ways to reduce the high mortality rates among the injured military. The resulting theory is used in nursing practice to date.
Another significant application of statistics in healthcare was by Edward Jenner to eradicate smallpox. In the 18th century, when there was a smallpox outbreak, Jenner, an English physician, conducted twelve experiments on the use of cowpox to cure human smallpox. The data from the clinical trials statistically provided Jenner with information to make inferences that cowpox is an effective human vaccine for smallpox. The experiment published in the Inquiry into the cause and effects of the Variolae Vaccine (Jenner, 1798) indicates these findings and the principles applied. The use of cowpox as a human vaccine is a principle used to date to develop subsequent vaccines. According to Greenwood (Greenwood, 2014), Jenner’s work influenced the scientific foundation of vaccinology and led to the eradication of smallpox in 1980.
Greenwood, B. (2014). The Contribution of Vaccination to Global Health: Past, Present, and Future. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 369(1645), 1-9.
Helbig, J., & Ambrose, J. (2018). What are statistics and why are they important to health science. In G. C. (Ed.), Applied statistics for health care. Retrieved from https://lc.gcumedia.com/hlt362v/applied-statistics-for-health-care/v1.1/#/chapter/1
Jenner, E. (1798). Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variolae Vaccine. The Complutense University of Madrid.
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