Strategy and Statistics in Clinical Trials

A non-statisticians guide to thinking, designing and executing

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.
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Audience

Strategy and Statistics in Clinical Trials is for all individuals engaged in clinical research, interested in a better understanding of statistics, including professional clinical researchers, professors, physicians, researchers in laboratory, corporate and government laboratories, clinical research nurses, members of the allied health professions, post-doctoral and graduate students.

 

Book information

  • Published: July 2011
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-386909-8


Table of Contents

Chapter 1.) Clinical Development and Statistics: The General View

Chapter 2.) Questions when Planning Trials

Chapter 3.) Medical Product Attributes

Chapter 4.) Setting Research Objectives

Chapter 5.) Statistical Thinking

Chapter 6.) Estimation

Chapter 7.) From Description to Testing: A Beginning

Chapter 8.) Statistical Significance, Explanation and Prediction

Chapter 9.) Exploratory and Confirmatory Clinical Trials

Chapter 10.) One, Two, Three Testing: Hypothesis Testing and Multiplicity

Chapter 11.) Elements of Clinical Trial Design I: Putting it together

Chapter 12.) Elements of Clinical Trial Design II

Chapter 13.) Choosing Trial Endpoints

Chapter 14.) Determination of Sample Size

Chapter 15.) Concluding Remarks