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Key Resources

 

Definitions and explanations of clinical trials concepts including those encompassing clinical data management, clinical fields, device trials, ethics, genetics, methodology/analysis, regulatory issues, safety/toxicity and study design (phases I though IV).

Guide to Good Clinical Practice

The Guide to Good Clinical Practice provides sponsors, institutional review boards, investigators, monitors and study site staff with the information and tools they need to conduct trials of new drugs, devices and biologics.

CITI Training (Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative at the University of Miami)

"To promote the public's trust in the research enterprise by providing high quality, peer reviewed, web based, research education materials to enhance the integrity and professionalism of investigators and staff conducting research." CITI Program Mission Statement

 

RefWorks

RefWorks is a web-based citation management program similar to EndNote, ProCite or Reference Manager.

  • Citations can be organized by paper/project.
  • RefWorks can also insert in-text citations and format bibliographies.
  • Citations can be automatically downloaded from Scopus, MEDLINE, PubMed, etc.
  • Access RefWorks and then click on 'Sign up for an Individual Account '.

Himmelfarb Library offers periodic classes on RefWorks (check the schedule) and also provides assistance and troubleshooting at the Reference Desk.  To learn more about using RefWorks, you can also consult the RefWorks Research Guide.

Research Articles

Locate journal articles including clinical trials, guidelines, and review articles.  MEDLINE, PubMed, and Scopus all link to full-text articles in Himmelfarb Library's collection.

Books

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