nonclinical

nonclinical

(ˌnɒnˈklɪnɪkəl)
adj
not related to a clinic, esp a medical clinicnot detached, impersonal, or dispassionatenot related to the observable aspects of patient care, such as observing an illness or disease
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Conversely, for those participants designated in the nonclinical range, differences in OQ-45 total mean scores were significantly different, F(2, 386) = 12.
The first section was submitted September 30, 2003 and included nonclinical, safety and pharmacology data.
A nonclinical employee gathers documentation concerning events, the patient's health status and directives.
1) With an emphasis on reducing barriers to early diagnosis and expanding access to quality services, the initiative consists of four key strategies: The CDC will work with medical associations and health departments to promote the inclusion of HIV testing as part of routine medical care; fund and establish new projects offering HIV testing in nonclinical settings, including correctional facilities; develop materials and collaborate with other agencies to help infected individuals change their risk-related behavior or maintain changes they have already made; and promote efforts to reduce the incidence of mother-to-child HIV transmission.
Of particular interest are studies that examine 1) the issues surrounding the completion of the human DNA sequence and the study of human genetic variation; 2) the issues raised by the integration of genetic technologies and information into health care and public health activities; 3) the issues raised by the integration of knowledge about genomics and gene--environment interactions into nonclinical settings; 4) the ways in which new genetic knowledge may interact with a variety of philosophical, theological, and ethical perspectives; and 5) how socioeconomic factors, gender, and concepts of race, ethnicity, and culture influence the use and interpretation of genetic information, the utilization of genetic services, and the development of policy.
EBSCO Publishing has announced the release of its new databases, BioMedical FullTEXT Collection and Health Business FullTEXT Elite, which offer in-depth access to an array of clinical and nonclinical information.
This study was undertaken to examine the relationship between adolescents' perceptions of parental behavior and multiple dimensions of self-esteem in both clinical and nonclinical samples.
LINZESS is thought to work in two ways based on nonclinical studies.
This dedicated team and insight aims to ensure strategic program design that allows for clear decision-making and value addition to the molecule from nonclinical through to first-in-human ready, Phase II ready, proof-of-concept and full-development ready.
The recommendation was offered after the presentation of a comprehensive package of nonclinical, clinical and post-marketing pharmacovigilance data, which confirmed Sandoz' biosimilar filgrastim is highly similar to the reference product (Amgen's NEUPOGEN).
The Role of the Study Director in Nonclinical Studies: Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Medical Devices, and Pesticides
Healthcare technology has been moving into homes and other nonclinical settings for many years, but recent efforts and incentives to reduce overall healthcare costs have prompted a more intentioned look at care delivery outside of high-cost hospital settings by many industry organizations, including the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI).