A Step-by-step Guide to Clinical Trials

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Jones and Bartlett, 2001 - Medical - 143 pages
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Provides a practical approach to understanding the components of a clinical research trial as well as the tools to conduct a well-organized study. Designed for those interested in developing or enhancing skills to coordinate all aspects of clinical trials such as regulatory requirements, budgeting, contracts, patient recruitments and participation, and gathering and recording clear, invaluable data.

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Regulatory Issues
21
The Budget
35
Overhead
41
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