Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 14:22:38 GMT
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Subject: Re: Biostatisticians role in clinical trials
It`s odd that you seem to be having trouble finding such documentation
since a biostatistician and an epidemiologist are 2 of the key players
in any clinical trial.
The clinical trial 'bible' is a text titled 'Clinical Trials : Design,
Conduct, and Analysis (Monographs in Epidemiology and Biostatistics,
Vol 8)' by C. Meinert.
Issues such as randomization, masking analysis, power and sample size
calculations, and anything else you would want to know in general can
be found here...
Division of Clinical Epidemiology
McGill University Health Centre
Royal Victoria Hospital Pavilion
In article <MAILQUEUEfirstname.lastname@example.org>,
Bob <gallop@LANDRU.CPR.UPENN.EDU> wrote:
> I'm trying to find documentation which describes the Biostatisticians
> role in clinical trials. Issues of interest are Biostatisiticians
> the Data Managers, Study Design, Randomization, Masking and
> Unmasking treatment assignments, interim and final analysis, and
> other issues. If any of you know of documentation that addressed
> these issues and other key issues which I may have excluded, it
> would be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you in advance.
> -Bob Gallop
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