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A major role for the hospital librarian in the future may relate to the CQI process and the use of the health care literature to develop clinical practice guidelines.
In addition to continuing its research on HIV treatment trials, the award provides funds for the Case Clinical Trials Unit to participate in the newly established Microbicides Trials Network.
The ability of molecular profiles to provide useful clinical information is now being demonstrated in many projects throughout the cancer research community and needs to be evaluated further.
Clinical information systems aren't proven to be more efficient.
located in the United Kingdom, will oversee operations for Averion's clinical trials in northwestern Europe and coordinate activities with Averion's UK-based clients.
The ability of molecular profiles to provide useful clinical information is being demonstrated in many projects throughout the cancer research community and must be evaluated further.
In forecasting the commitment required for a clinical information system, health executives typically focus on hardware and software costs, and often neglect to account for the other expenditures.
With today's cost pressures in bringing drugs to market, sponsors want innovative solutions that allow them to begin to integrate their disparate clinical systems in order to streamline their clinical research processes and reduce total cost of bringing a drug to market," said Chris Connor, senior research analyst for clinical development at Health Industry Insights, an IDC Company.
Their goal -- with sponsorship from large employer groups -- is attempting to assure quality of clinical care in the managed care arena.
With eight programs now in the CombinatoRx clinical development pipeline we expect product milestone announcements, including trial initiations and clinical results, to occur on a regular basis throughout the next two years" said Alexis Borisy, President and CEO of CombinatoRx.
A neural network recently proved to be best in predicting one-year mortality rates for patients with heart failure, using data from echocardiograms to make its predictions, compared to clinical judgment of cardiologists, linear discriminant analysis, and automatic heuristic methods.
It has been defined numerically as clinical care that has less than a 5 percent chance of patient survival.
Assay of the B-type natriuretic peptide also contributes to standard clinical information in the diagnosis of congestive heart failure.
According to Remley and Herlihy (2001), two types of supervision are generally discussed in the literature: clinical supervision and administrative supervision.
Through critical thinking students consider multiple perspectives to patient care, critique different approaches possible in a clinical situation, weigh options and make sound decisions, and raise questions about issues to further clarify them (Oermann, 1997, 1998; Oermann & Gaberson, 1998).
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