Data Monitoring (And Safety) Committees -- What Are They and Why Do We Need Them?
Australian Family Physician 2004 November; 33(11): 950-952
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Guidelines for Data and Safety Monitoring for Clinical Trials Not Requiring Traditional Data Monitoring Committees Dixon, Dennis O.; Freedman, Ralph S.; Herson, Jay; Hughes, Michael; Kim, KyungMann; Silverman, Michael H.; Tangen, Catherine M. (SCT Working Group on Data Monitoring, 2006)
A Proposed Charter for Clinical Trial Data Monitoring Committees: Helping Them to Do Their Job Well Grant, A.M.; Altman, D.G.; Babiker, A.G.; Campbell, M.K.; Clemens, F.; Darbyshire, J.H.; Elbourne, D.R.; McLeer, S.K.; Parmar, M.K.B.; Pocock, S.J.; Spiegelhalter, D.J.; Sydes, M.R.; Walker, A.E.; Wallace, S.A. (2005-02-19)Formal monitoring of data from randomised controlled trials (RCTs) is becoming more common. Wide variation exists in the structure and organisation of data monitoring committees (DMCs), with little guidance on how they ...