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Handbook for good clinical research practice (GCP): guidance for implementation
  1. Andy Barton

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    Published by the World Health Organization, Geneva, 2005, pp 125 (softcover) + CD. ISBN 92-4-159392

    Ever thought good clinical practice (GCP) dull? Ever felt abbreviated out? Well, I’d like to report that the WHO’s Handbook for good clinical practice (GCP): guidelines for implementation is an antidote to the mind-boggling stream of acronyms bandied about in research and development departments throughout the world, and that it provides an interesting and amusing narrative on the current minefield that constitutes Research Governance…

    Well, as the title might …

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