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Dictionary for Clinical Trials by Simon Day
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Dictionary for Clinical Trials

by Simon Day

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471985961, Paperback)

This is a unique and comprehensive book providing clearly written definitions of the clinical trial terms likely to be found in trial protocols, reports, regulatory guidelines and published manuscripts. Definitions, often used in regulatory guidelines have been simplified and are free from jargon.
* Defines over 2700 words and short phrases commonly used in clinical trials
* Scope includes medical, statistical, epidemiological, ethical, regulatory and data management terminology
* Extensively cross-referenced
* Illustrated with line figures and graphs
Wide ranging and succinct, the Dictionary of Clinial Trials is the essential pocket reference guide for all those working in clinical trials, including clinicians, statisticians and those within the pharmaceutical industry as well as ethics committees and grant-awarding organisations. It has been written by a highly-respected statistician well known in both the academic and pharmaceutical industry fields.

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