Clinical Trials: Design, Conduct, and Analysis

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Oxford University Press, 1986 - Medical - 469 pages
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The definitive reference work on clinical trials, this book presents a wealth of detailed, practical information on the design, conduct, and analysis of both single center and multicenter trials. No other book on clinical trials offers as much detail as Meinert does on such issues as samplesize calculation, stratification and randomization, data systems design, consent form development, publication policies, preparation of funding requests, and reporting procedures.
 

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Contents

A stateof
1
and multicenter trials
23
Coordinating and other
30
Cost and related issues
40
trials?
49
Sample size and power
71
Randomization and
90
The study plan
113
Committee structures
240
REPORTING
253
24
255
25
264
Locating and reading
271
APPENDIXES
279
28
309
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321

visit schedule
119
68
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105
133
EXECUTION
139
Patient recruitment
149
Questions concerning
154
Patient followup
159
DATA ANALYSIS
177
Data analysis requirements
185
Interim data analyses
208
MANAGEMENT
217
21
219
Essential management
232
34
355
Activities by stage of trial
363
Appendix E Sample consent statements
374
40
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Appendix H Budget summary for Appendix I Combined bibliography
430
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Coordinating Center 425 Index
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Curtis L. Meinert is at The Johns Hopkins University.

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