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Compensation in clinical trials

Compensation in clinical trials is not always a standard but may be offered to participants according to different models and in line with the respective legislation and regulations.

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Epidemiology

Epidemiology is the study of the various factors influencing the occurrence, distribution, or prevention and control of disease, injury, and other health-related events in a defined human population.

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Key principles of pharmacology

Pharmacology is the study of how a medicine works, how the body responds to it, and the changes that occur over time. There are two key areas of pharmacology:...

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Critical reading of clinical study results

When performing a critical reading of clinical study results, the reader should take relevant information into account from the best available sources and should consider questions about the reliability,...

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Data collection in clinical trials

There are several forms of data collection in clinical trials, including electronic methods and Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs). All forms of data collection must adhere to Good Clinical Practice...

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Prescribing medicines for special populations

Special considerations are necessary when prescribing medicines in special populations, such as children, the elderly, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and patients with renal (kidney) or hepatic (liver) impairment.

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Biomarkers

Biomarkers are indicators used in medical research to measure biological processes, disease processes, and responses to treatment. The use of biomarkers can improve the process of medicines development and...

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Enrolling in clinical trials

The process of enrolling in clinical trials is carefully regulated, as is the way in which sponsors advertise clinical trials to prospective participants. Patients are screened and must give...

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