Dictionary of Pharmacoepidemiology

  • ID: 2175964
  • Book
  • 182 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Translated from the third edition of a French original, this is the most complete dictionary devoted specifially to the terms currently used in pharmacoepidemiology. Radically reorganised from earlier editions, practically all definitions have been reworked, often in the light of comments from pharmacoepidemiologists currently using the existing versions.

∗ Written by an internationally renowned author

∗ An essential compliment to dictionaries of epidemiology

∗ Definitions are well illustrated with practical examples

The Dictionary of Pharmacoepidemiology is written for all those whose work is within or touches upon this field: regulatory authorities, pharmaceutical physicians, lawyers, pharmacists, researchers, evaluators and students.
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"Good reference source; likely to enjoy a long life. It′s a buy." (Pharmaceutical Physician, June 2001)

"Begaud has assembled this dictionary which contains clear definitions for terms often thrown around with little understanding" (British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, July 2001)

"...translated and adapted from the third edition of Dictionnair de Pharmacoepidemiologie.... It has been substantially revised to take into account comments from professionals using the previous editions." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2001)
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