5 edition of Modern methods of clinical investigation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Annetine C. Gelijns, editor ; Committee on Technological Innovation in Medicine, Institute of Medicine.|
|Series||Medical innovation at the crossroads ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Gelijns, Annetine., Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Technological Innovation in Medicine., Howard Hughes Medical Institute., National Center for Health Services Research.|
|LC Classifications||R855.2 .M63 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||90006195|
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This volume consists of the proceedings of the first workshop in this series, "Improving the Translation of Research Findings into Clinical Practice: The Potential and Problems of Modern Methods of Clinical Investigation," held on MayThe extent to which these discoveries will benefit the public, however, depends in large part on the methods we choose for developing and testing them.
Modern Methods of Clinical Investigation focuses on strategies for clinical evaluation and their role in uncovering the.
The extent to which these discoveries will benefit the public, however, depends in large part on the methods we choose for developing and testing them. Modern Methods of Clinical Investigation focuses on strategies for clinical evaluation and their role in uncovering the Cited by: The extent to which these discoveries will benefit the public, however, depends in large part on the methods we choose for developing and testing them.
Modern Methods of Clinical Investigation focuses on strategies for clinical evaluation and their role in uncovering the Author: Gelijns Ac. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Proceedings of a workshop held on May, supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the National Center for Health Services Research of the Department of Health and Human Services (grant 5 RO9 HS 26 02).
From their expertise they should be able to make adequate selections of modern methods for clinical data analysis for the benefit of physicians, students, and investigators.
The authors, although from a different discipline, one clinician and one statistician, have been working and publishing together for over 10 years, and their research of Cited by: Order of the book re-structured into four main sections.
New chapters on: the role of imaging in modern medical practice oncology, concentrating on the examination of patients with suspected tumours and looking at the modern methods of investigation applied in the clinical situationsCited by: Principles and Practice of Clinical Research is a comprehensive text which addresses the theoretical and practical issues involved in conducting clinical research.
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From their expertise they should be able to make adequate selections of modern methods for clinical data analysis for the benefit of physicians, students, and investigators. Get this from a library. Modern Methods of Clinical Investigation: Medical Innovation at the Crossroads: Volume I.
[Gelijns AC; Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Technological Innovation in Medicine.]. Clinical and Translational Science is designed as the most authoritative and modern resource for the broad range of investigators in various medical specialties taking on the challenge of clinical research.
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