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CRC Handbook of Sample Size Guidelines for Clinical Trials download ebook

by Jonathan J. Shuster

CRC Handbook of Sample Size Guidelines for Clinical Trials download ebook
ISBN:
0849335426
ISBN13:
978-0849335426
Author:
Jonathan J. Shuster
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CRC-Press; 1st edition (November 30, 1990)
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854 pages
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For example, if a device will be used in both homes and medical offices, engineers might want to conduct a usability test involving at least 15 nurses and 15 laypersons, including some seniors.

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Identification of parameters. Formulation of the therapeutic question. One Sided vs. Two-Sided Question. Statistical Considerations.

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It provides descriptions of the calculations with a practical emphasis. With useful calculation tables throughout, it enables readers to quickly find an appropriate formula, formula application, and associated worked example. Watch the author speak about this book at JSM 2012 in San Diego.

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The contents are evidence-based and contain a wealth of information from the authors' many years of clinical pharmacy experience. This handbook is the definitive quick-reference guide for all practising and student pharmacists.

The aim of this unique volume is to help medical researchers design clinical trials to improve survival, remission duration, or time to recurrence of disease. Written in a user-friendly step-by-step format, this work enables the researcher-with no background in statistics-to determine sample size and write statistical considerations for their protocols. It provides critical language which can help with FDA submissions and/or research grants. It also provides the mathematical justification of the material at a level consistent with one year of undergraduate mathematical statistics. It presents survival analysis methods at a more elementary level than any known text. Filled with tables, figures, plus an extensive appendix, this one-of-a-kind reference is an absolute must for all clinical researchers and biostatisticians.