Cancer Research and Clinical Trials in Developing Countries: by D. Cristina Stefan PDF

By D. Cristina Stefan

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ISBN-13: 9783319184425

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This booklet describes the foundations round which melanoma learn and medical trials will be constructed. also, through describing the particularities of making plans and enforcing melanoma examine in constructing international locations, this ebook offers priceless sensible info for researchers in resource-rich international locations who examine cooperating with scientists from limited-resource international locations in appearing research.Written and edited through leaders within the box who paintings in those constructing international locations, melanoma study and scientific Trials in constructing international locations: a pragmatic advisor will attract quite a lot of researchers, scholars, and physicians who're conducting melanoma study and medical trials. It specializes in technique and information whereas based round the wishes of melanoma study. It presents necessary information about foreign collaboration, investment mechanisms in addition to publishing and dissemination of study findings.

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Another confounding factor, besides incomplete recorded information, might be investigator bias. For example: a retrospective comparison of the efficacy, in terms of overall survival, of two types of treatment for cancer—one more aggressive and the second less aggressive. The physicians tend to treat aggressively those patients who are in better overall condition. Yet they are not necessarily representative of the majority of patients. As a better overall condition is also an important prognostic factor for survival, the results of the study would be biased.

The consequences of finding a plagiarized manuscript are grave, putting into jeopardy all further research from that particular group of researchers and their institution. Summary In this chapter, the process of clinical research has been described in depth. While the research idea itself involves much of the innovative aspect of research, it is important for the process to be systematically followed for a successful research project. It is key to understand that what is important is not whether a study is “positive” or “negative,” but the fact that the research question is reliably answered, regardless of whether the hypothesis is proved or disproved.

The researcher needs to isolate his or her own thoughts or feelings on the event studied and not let them interfere with the interview process, in order to be able to record accurately the psychological reactions of the interviewee. ” 3 Types of Research Designs 37 (b) Ethnographic studies. Used mostly in anthropological research, ethnography deals with the cultural characteristics of a group. The researcher often goes to live with the particular group (such as the Amish people in the USA, for example) and notes their system of values, codes of behavior, the way they communicate, and so on.

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