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Elements of clinical research in psychiatry

Author: James Edward Mitchell; et al
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Press, 2000
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This volume covers everything from starting a career to measurement and assessment methods, and from statistics to the use of human subjects, as well as related ethics and misconduct issues. Also  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Methods (Music)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Edward Mitchell; et al
ISBN: 0880488026 9780880488020
OCLC Number: 488915019
Description: x, 207 s. : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: About the AuthorsIntroductionChapter 1. Careers in Clinical Mental Health ResearchChapter 2. Research DesignChapter 3. MeasurementChapter 4. Assessment Chapter 5. Descriptive StatisticsChapter 6. Inferential StatisticsChapter 7. Research SupportChapter 8. Use of Human Subjects in Research: The Institutional Review BoardChapter 9. Ethics and Misconduct Chapter 10. Writing Journal ArticlesChapter 11. Reviewing Journal ArticlesChapter 12. Scientific PresentationsAppendixes:A: The Nuremberg CodeB: World Medical Association Declaration of HelsinkiC: Research Involving the U.S. Food and Drug AdministrationD: Scales and Questionnaires for the Diagnosis and Assessment of Psychiatric Disorders in Clinical Psychiatric ResearchE: Web Sites: Resources for Research and EthicsF: Contacts and Telephone Numbers at the National Institutes of HealthG: National Institutes of Health Grant Application Reviews (NIH)ReferencesIndex
Responsibility: James E. Mitchell ... [et al.]


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This book is a must-read for anyone thinking of a career in clinical research. It should also be useful for other psychiatric trainees, not only to gain a better understanding of the field but also Read more...

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