Tutorials in Biostatistics: Statistical Methods in Clinical Studies, Volume 1

Tutorials in Biostatistics: Statistical Methods in Clinical Studies, Volume 1

Editor(s): R. B. D'Agostino

Published Online: 24 AUG 2005

Print ISBN: 9780470023655

Online ISBN: 9780470023679

DOI: 10.1002/0470023678

About this Book

The Tutorials in Biostatistics have become a very popular feature of the prestigious Wiley journal, Statistics in Medicine (SIM). The introductory style and practical focus make them accessible to a wide audience including medical practitioners with limited statistical knowledge.   This book represents the first of two volumes presenting the best tutorials published in SIM, focusing on statistical methods in clinical studies. Topics include the design and analysis of clinical trials, epidemiology, survival analysis, and data monitoring. Each tutorial is focused on a medical problem, has been fully peer-reviewed and edited, and is authored by leading researchers in biostatistics.   Many articles include an appendix on the latest developments since publication in the journal and additional references.

This will appeal to statisticians working in medical research, as well as statistically-minded clinicians, biologists, epidemiologists and geneticists. It will also appeal to graduate students of biostatistics.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Observational Studies/Epidemiology

  2. Part II: Prognostic/Clinical Prediction Models

    1. Chapter 2

      Prognostic/Clinical Prediction Models: Using Observational Data to Estimate Prognosis: An Example Using a Coronary Artery Disease Registry (pages 287–314)

      Elizabeth R. Delong, Charlotte L. Nelson, John B. Wong, David B. Pryor, Eric D. Peterson, Kerry L. Lee, Daniel B. Mark, Robert M. Califf and Stephen G. Pauker

  3. Part III: Clinical Trials

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