2 edition of changing mores of biomedical research. found in the catalog.
changing mores of biomedical research.
Colloquium on Ethical Dilemmas From Medical Advances San Francisco 1967.
|Statement||Editor: J. Russell Elkinton.|
|Series||Annals of internal medicine. Supplement, 7|
|Contributions||Elkinton, J. Russell, ed., American College of Physicians.|
|LC Classifications||R11 .A842 no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||68002679|
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Numbers at glance: 7,+ articles 7,+ contributors 19 editorial board members; 17 Elsevier Major Reference Works; 6,+ images; Over 1, new or updated articles added since launch "Biomedical science is an interwoven web of different disciplinary threads that connect different fields and require that we have access to information in disciplines that are far outside our area of expertise.". Biomedical research definitions Words used to describe different kinds of biomedical research. Biomedical Research: The area of science devoted to the study of the processes of life, the prevention and treatment of disease, and the genetic and environmental factors related to disease and health. Basic or “pure” Research: Research conducted to increase the base knowledge and understanding.
One of the dramatic achievements of medicine during the past two decades has been the development of the use of artificial and transplanted organs. This development has required the surmounting of many difficult technical problems in the fields of medicine, surgery, immunology, and biomedical : J. Russell Elkinton. The Scientist's articles tagged with: Biomedical Research. Staff at the UK’s Harwell Institute were notified that a strategy board recommended halting its academic work, .
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Changing mores of biomedical research. [Philadelphia, American College of Physicians] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Russell Elkinton; American College of Physicians.
Ann Intern Med. Sep;Suppl The changing mores of biomedical research. Challenge and discussion. Opening comments. Mcdermott by: 5. The changing mores of biomedical research.
A colloquium on ethical dilemmas from medical advances. Selected bibliography. [No authors listed] PMID: [Indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types: Bibliography; MeSH terms. Bibliographies as. The changing mores of biomedical research. A colloquium on ethical dilemmas from medical advances.
Introductory : Wright Is. Mcdermott W. The changing mores of biomedical research. Challenge and discussion. Opening comments. Ann Intern Med. Sep; 67 (Suppl)– [Langer E.
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