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Nurse-led Research: Challenges

Nurse-led Research: Challenges

The biggest challenge with doing research is time. So as nurses working in their clinical environment, you don’t have a lot of time you really busy with your clinical duties, so finding that time to actually do research that you want to be doing is quite difficult. How to write in in the appropriate way […]

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What Is A Medical Writer?

What Is A Medical Writer?

hey guys ECR G here back with another episode today we’re gonna be talking about what is a medical writer what is a medical writer now a lot of people are interested in getting their foot in the door in clinical research so I have this series going on like a what do they do […]

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Challenges Associated With Multiple Outcome Definitions in Clinical Research (MtG)

Challenges Associated With Multiple Outcome Definitions in Clinical Research (MtG)

Good afternoon, my name is Marie Rienzo and I want to welcome you to the NIH Office of Disease Prevention’s Mind the Gap Webinar Series. This series explores research design, measurement, intervention, data analysis, and other methods of interest to prevention science. Our goal is to engage the prevention research community in thought-provoking discussions, to […]

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Thames Valley Health Research Awards 2019

Thames Valley Health Research Awards 2019

Last year was a fantastic year for our network. We recruited 63,000 people into research in 779 studies, which was a huge jump from previous year and is our best ever results. So, just to start with, a huge thank you to everyone who’s helped us in achieving that fantastic milestone. We were able to […]

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What Does Success In Clinical Research Mean?

What Does Success In Clinical Research Mean?

hey guys ECR G here back with another video today we’re gonna be talking about what does success look like for the average person and the reason why we’re talking about this is this this article came across my feed not too long ago and it talked about the average person now versus the average […]

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DatStat Case Study – Clinical Trials for Pediatric OCD

DatStat Case Study – Clinical Trials for Pediatric OCD

Now, let’s begin with our case study presentation. Our featured presenter today is Dr. Eric Storch. He is an associate Professor at the University of South Florida. Dr. Storch is a Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychology, and specializes in the cognitive behavioral treatment of adult and childhood obsessive compulsive […]

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“Ethical Challenges Of Clinical Research In Babies” By Dr. Benjamin Wilfond For OPENPediatrics

“Ethical Challenges Of Clinical Research In Babies” By Dr. Benjamin Wilfond For OPENPediatrics

“Ethical Challenges of Clinical Research in Babies” by Dr. Benjamin Wilfond. Hi I’m Ben Wilfond. I’m the Director of the Truman Cat Center for Pediatric Bioethics at Seattle Children’s Hospital. I’m a peds pulmonologist by training and most of my scholarship is focused on the ethical issues of clinical research. Today, we’ll be talking about […]

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MSc Medical Statistics – LSHTM

MSc Medical Statistics – LSHTM

Statistics in general as a science is all about the collecting of data the analysis of data, the interpretation and the reporting of your results So medical statistics is all about the application of all of that to medicine so it would include epidemiology, looking at spreads of diseases how they are distributed, things like […]

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