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methodologist

A person responsible for assessing the validity of the methods used in a clinical trial.
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A meeting of teachers and methodologists was held in the North Caucasus Interregional Methodological Center for Financial Literacy, functioning on the basis of the North Caucasus Institute-Branch of the Russian Academy of Science and Technology.
Samir Al-Otoum, President of Bahrain Medical University, affiliated with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, in the presence of Research and Statistics Methodologist Dr.
GRADE Network, Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, McMaster University; David Weber, University of North Carolina Schools of Medicine and Public Health; Valery Lavergne, senior methodologist and editor, Clinical Practice Guideline, Infectious Diseases Society of America; Ned Calonge, former chair, U.S.
I commented, but even before my comments were public, an astute methodologist came to the defense of oral history and stifled the interrogation.
In a column published in The Political Methodologist, Andrew Moravcsik wrote:
In dealing with these scenarios, we have often taken on the role of the methodologist, as the team member who understands the scoping review process from start to finish or as the one with a better view of the bigger picture, outside of the question being posed.
This gives rise to the following question: how should a methodologist willing to follow Alternative 6 proceed, if the primary authors assign a label to the effect observed in the whole study (i.e., with the common replications within and across participants; Shadish & Sullivan, 2011) and not to the difference observed in a comparison between only two phases?
To pre-test the translation provided by the translation team, a survey methodologist conducted six one-on-one Chinese language interviews with a convenience sample of company employees and non-employees.
Dillman is Regents Professor of Sociology at Washington State University and previously served as senior survey methodologist at the U.S.
This tool is like being able to clone a leading methodologist and have them provide step by step advice, guidance and insight into your process."
Evidence was selected by 2 members of the GU DSG and 1 methodologist. Recommendations on the use of HIFU in localized prostate cancer were drafted with input from the entire GU DSG.
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