By John G. Brock-Utne
This ebook presents insights into the best way to be a efficient medical researcher through real-life case examples of winning scientific examine -- and in addition scientific examine long past awry. via those examples of good fortune and failure, the ebook develops a blueprint for construction a occupation in medical study.
Future clinical perform is dependent upon the standard of the scientific trials to which medicinal drugs, units, and therapy tactics are subjected this day. although, medical trials usually are not effortless to do, and lots of physicians and wellbeing and fitness care prone who test scientific learn fight during this pastime, essentially as a result of loss of guide. Clinical Research goals to fill the distance among education and examine via case experiences of a long-time scientific researcher’s wealthy and sundry experiences.
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He tells you there is nothing he can do and he needs you as author. What will you do? Is there anything you can do? G. 1007/978-1-4939-2516-2_12 25 26 12 Case 12: Not Correct Procedure Answer/Solution This happened to me. Luckily, as mentioned, I had kept a copy of my corrections, together with the original submission by the student. I got hold of the publisher and sent him a copy of my corrected version of the chapter. The publisher replied that he could not make all those corrections to the galley.
But is this the right answer? G. 1007/978-1-4939-2516-2_20 41 42 20 Case 20: Who to Trust Answer/Solution This is not the right answer. Discussion This happened to be a great friend of mine. He went and told the senior researcher that unfortunately he could not do the study. Unbeknown to my friend, the assistant professor, whom he had consulted, went and offered to help with the study. The senior researcher said he would be happy to have him participate. Several months later my friend found out what had happened and asked the assistant professor why he decided to work on this project.
The study cost $20,000 which we paid up front. Finally when the results were sent to us, they were totally useless as there was evidence of an over 30 % contamination of the samples. How could this happen? G. 1007/978-1-4939-2516-2_6 13 14 6 Case 6: Check Your Facts Answer/Solution The cause of the contamination lay with the technician Discussion The technician had assured us that he knew how to do it. After the results came out we asked him to show us how he did the sampling. We immediately understood our dilemma as his collection technique was seen not to be as prescribed nor did he wash his hands before or after the collection.
Clinical Research: Case Studies of Successes and Failures by John G. Brock-Utne