study description

study description

The presentation of key elements of clinical trial (e.g., control, blinding, gender, dose, indication, configuration).
References in periodicals archive ?
Study Description. In the fall of 2005, researchers implemented a two-part research project--the Abbott Preschool Program Longitudinal Effects Study--to study the Abbott pre-K program's impact on children's academic performance, both when they enter kindergarten and over the long term.
Each organization forwarded participant recruitment materials to either all family members (i.e., nonsibling family members, siblings, persons with TBI) or only siblings on their mailing lists, which included a study description letter and a participant address form.
Consecutive study-eligible women were sent the study description, questionnaire, consent form, and a self-addressed stamped envelope to return the study materials.
Napoleon's team of experts produced the now famous study Description de l'Egypte in 1825 and reintroduced Cairo to straight streets and open squares.
The movement from case study description to statistical analysis to something like an ethnography of the staffing process provides a very thorough portrait of the company, although it produces a book that seems headed in many different directions.
Each dataset has its own web page with extensive metadata including access notes (publicly available or members only), study variables, links to download the data files, study description, funding information, and export information.
Study description and methodological quality: A summary of each study characteristics and results is given in Table-I.
The first feedback from PARERE hinted at the recognition of EU-ToxRisk having taken up the comments from the first meeting in 2016 and that the case study descriptions had improved significantly.
These brief research study descriptions focus on evidence-based outcomes that are important to patients, such as better quality of life and longer life expectancy, as opposed to other outcomes that are considered less important to patients, such as improved lab values.
Previous to this study descriptions of the pre-imaginal stages of only 3 Synergus species were carried out: the Nearctic Synergus pacificus McCracken and Egbert by Evans (1965), and the mature larvae of the Western Palaearctic Synergus incrassatus Hartig and S.
label now includes the radiographic response data from ORAL Scan (Study IV) at 6 months and ORAL Start (Study VI) at 6 and 12 months (see detailed study descriptions below the table).
PLMs are the ideal investigators, not only to participate in and facilitate the important research and development required, but also to ensure that study descriptions and data presentations fulfill the stated requirements.
Full browser ?