Strategy and Statistics in Clinical Trials is for all individuals engaged in clinical research, including professors, physicians, researchers in corporate and government laboratories, nurses, members of the allied health professions, and post-doctoral and graduate students who are potentially less exposed to understanding the pivotal role of statistics. ac Enables nonstatisticians to better understand research processes and statistics' role in these processes ac Offers real-life case studies and provides a practical, qhow toq guide to biomedical RaD ac Delineates the statistical building blocks and concepts of clinical trials ac Promotes effective cooperation between statisticians and important other partiesFrequently, defining and studying a population can be straightforward. But this is not always the case. Suppose you have developed a blood test for diagnosing a rare canceraone that currently can be positively diagnosed by biopsy only.
|Title||:||Strategy and Statistics in Clinical Trials|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2011-06-26|