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Designing Clinical Research, 4e

By Stephen B Hulley, Steven R Cummings, Warren S Browner, Deborah G Grady and Thomas B Newman

Category:
Medical, Public Health, Public Health & Epidemiology
  • Paperback
  • 9781608318049
  • July 2013
  • 378 pages
  • List Price: £67.00
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DESCRIPTION

Designing Clinical Research has been extensively revised and continues to set the standard as a practical guide for doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals involved in all forms of clinical, translational, and public health research. It presents advanced epidemiologic concepts in a reader-friendly way, and suggests common sense approaches to the challenging judgments involved in designing, funding, and implementing.

New to this edition:

  • Expanded and updated content in every chapter, with new material on: • non-inferiority trials for comparative effectiveness research • incidence-density case-control studies • confounding and effect modification • diagnostic test studies to inform prediction rules • ethical aspects of whole genome sequencing • automated data management approaches • new NIH grant-writing requirements
  • Color format, and Electronic access, powered by Inkling™ as a free companion to the text • viewable through your browser or as a download to tablet or smartphone • the complete text with optimized navigation • note-sharing, highlighting and bookmarking capability • cross-linking of references and content • rapid search options linked to the new glossary

SPECIFICATIONS

ISBN
9781608318049
Publication Month
July 2013
Edition
4
Edition Type
Fourth


Product Format
Paperback
Height x Width
6452 x 4522 mm
Weight
288031 grams
Number of Pages
378 pages
Language
English


Bisacs
MEDICAL / Public Health


Imprint
LWW
Publisher
LWW


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