Clinical trials form the backbone of evidence-based medicine, and appreciating clinical trial methods allows readers to critique, design and report clinical trials. The book is a jargon-busting guide characterised by short, easy-to-read chapters with trial examples, serving an essential reading for anyone involved in planning, conducting, analysing and reporting clinical research.
Within it's first month the book has sold over 10,000 copies. It is currently being reviewed as text for an MSc programme at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and is being reviewed as educational material by medical journals, senior clinicans and investment bankers.
This is an excellent practical guide to support clinical trials at all levels. This book is easy to read and engaging. It complements previous works by the authors.Published on 11 July 2006 by Kinsley Ikem-ifudu
This book gives a clear, systematic approach to understanding clinical trials.
Highly recommended to researchers / clinicians at all levels.
An excellent guide. A very useful resource in helping to come to grips with reading medical studies.Published on 26 Feb. 2006 by Stephen Jan
Extremely useful. It sets out in very simple english the basics of conducting clinical trials. Fantastic resource in helping to better understand the medical research literature.Published on 26 Feb. 2006 by Stephen Jan