This extensively revised new edition comprehensively reviews the rise of clinical research informatics (CRI). It enables the reader to develop a thorough understanding of how CRI has developed and the evolving challenges facing the biomedical informatician in the modern clinical research environment. Emphasis is placed on the changing role of the consumer, and the need to merge clinical care delivery and research as part of a changing paradigm in global healthcare delivery.
Clinical Research Informatics presents a detailed review of using informatics in the continually evolving clinical research environment. It represents a valuable textbook reference for all students and practising healthcare informaticians looking to learn and expand their understanding of this fast-moving and increasingly important discipline.
Dr. Richesson is an Associate Professor of Informatics at the Duke University School of Nursing and Associate Director for Research at the Duke Center for Health Informatics. She works with a number of different clinical research networks and pragmatic clinical trials, and supports the development and use of data standards.
Dr. Andrews is an Associate Professor of Informatics and Director of the School of Information at the University of South Florida. His scholarship focuses on a issues related to health information behaviors, particularly in the context of genetics, and terminologies in healthcare and research.
|Stock Status||1-2 weeks|
|Publish Date||21 Feb 2019|