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- adj. Of or relating to pharmacoepidemiology.
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These characteristics, which are unmeasured in typical pharmacoepidemiological databases, may be associated with morbidity and mortality outcomes in observational studies.
In fact, I teach students pharmacoepidemiology and attend pharmacoepidemiological conferences.
The authors make an important comment : "Typically, in pharmacoepidemiological studies there is reluctance to accept as causal RR estimates much below 2" This is because this type of study is subject to various biases but, predictably, the authors still believe the demonstrated association "are real".
However, there is little systematic pediatric pharmacoepidemiological data (Bruppa - Product labeling describes currently known rele - cher and Gelzer, 1991).
Epidemiological studies are difficult to do well, pharmacoepidemiological studies are particularly complicated and studies of insulin and cancer risk are even more difficult to do well.
LA-SER is seeking a talented Epidemiologist to join a team of highly skilled scientists, consultants and operational managers in order to become the lead scientist for pharmacoepidemiological studies conducted in the United Kingdom.
Knowledge of pharmacoepidemiological issues is an asset.