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Title: Indiana - Issues in Clinical Trials

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Title Indiana - Issues in Clinical Trials
Contributor/Contact Chandon Saha, PhD
Institution Indiana
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Attachment Issues in Clinical Trials
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Type of Course Single Presentation
Level of Course Mid-level
Audience Clinical Researcher
Topics Description Biostatistics Course for Health Care Providers: A Short Course

* Become familiar with the features of a well-designed clinical trial and common clinical trial designs

* Understand steps in data analysis and presentation of results
Software Program

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Keywords Definition of a clinical trial
Phase I clinical trial
Phase II clinical trial
Phase III clinical trial
Phase IV clinical trial
Dose-finding trial
Feasibility
Treatment-efficacy
Comparative efficacy
Post-marketing observational studies
Three basic ethical principles:
Autonomy
Beneficence
Justice
Clinical trial design
Features of well-designed clinical trials
Phase I design
Comparative Study (Phase III) design:
Two groups parallel study
Cross-over trials
Randomization
Stratification
Randomization using permuted blocks
Sample size determination
Power
Monitoring a clinical trial
Group-sequential methods:
Pocock method
O'brien-Fleming design
Descriptive statistics
Statistical inference
Components of a study report
Deficiencies in trial reporting
Deficiencies in reporting of results
Deficiencies of editorial standards
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Topic revision: r3 - 08 Oct 2012 - 14:44:24 - MaryBanach
 

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