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From   Marcello Pagano <pagano@hsph.harvard.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: New Journal
Date   Tue, 08 Jul 2003 06:55:00 -0400

Dear Listers,

I thought this might be of interest to some of you.

m.p.
______________________________________________________________________

CALL FOR PAPERS

Clinical Trials
Journal of the Society for Clinical Trials
www.sctjournal.com

Editor
Steven Goodman, MD, PhD
Johns Hopkins Schools of Medicine and Public Health

We are pleased to announce that starting in January 2004, Clinical Trials:
Journal of the Society for Clinical Trials (instead of Controlled Clinical
Trials) will be the official journal of the Society for Clinical Trials,
published by Arnold Journals, UK. Clinical Trials aims to be a primary focus
for the dissemination and development of knowledge about the design,
conduct, analysis, synthesis, history, ethics, regulation and clinical or
policy impact of all types of clinical trials and related medical research
methodologies. Submissions in all these areas are encouraged. The journal
will be published in 6 issues per year and prepublication papers will be
available online.

Papers are now being accepted for the 2004 launch volume of Clinical Trials.
Please send all submissions electronically (PDF or MS Word) to
clinicaltrials@jhmi.edu or contact the editor at sgoodman@jhmi.edu. A full
Information for Authors will be found at www.sctjournal.com.


Advisory Board
Don Berry, Julie Buring, Iain Chalmers, Janet Darbyshire, Stephen Hulley,
David DeMets, David Sackett, Robert Temple, Janet Wittes

Deputy Editor
Constantine Frangakis, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Editorial Board
Doug Altman, Abdel Babiker, Hilda Bastian, Colin Begg, Jesse Berlin, Baruch
Brody, Marc Buyse, Rob Califf, Mike Clarke,  John Connett, Jeff Cutler, Kay
Dickersin, Matthias Egger, Diana Elbourne, Susan Ellenberg, Diane
Fairclough, Dianne Finkelstein, Constantine Gatsonis, Nancy Geller,
Stephanie Green, Catherine Hill,  John Ioannidis, Alejandro Jadad, Marshall
Joffe, Ted Karrison, Phil Lavori, Richard Lilford, Tom Louis, Harry Marks,
Max Parmar, Steve Piantadosi, Ron Prineas, David Schoenfeld, Steven Self,
Joe Shih, Jay Siegel, Steve Snappin, Jeremy Sugarman, and Peter Thall.

Journal mailing address:
Clinical Trials
Attn: Steven Goodman
Department of Oncology, Division of Biostatistics
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
550 N. Broadway, Suite 1103
Baltimore MD 21205
USA

Description, Aims And Scope

Clinical Trials: Journal of the Society for Clinical Trials is an
international journal that publishes manuscripts pertaining to the design,
methods and operational aspects of clinical trials in medicine, public
health and health care. Manuscripts submitted should appeal to a readership
drawn from disciplines including medicine, public health, biostatistics,
epidemiology, computer science, management science, informatics, behavioral
science, pharmaceutical science, health policy, law and bioethics.
Full-length papers (2500-5000 words) and short communications (up to 1,500
words) will be published.

The following list is merely illustrative of areas in which the submission
of papers is encouraged; other topics may also be suitable:

* Statistical methods for designing or analyzing all types of clinical
trials
* Interesting design and conduct features of specific trials
* The impact of clinical trials on the practice of medicine or subsequent
research
* Trial registration and identification
* Ethics of clinical trials
* Special considerations for international or trans-cultural trials
* Law, regulation and policy
* Evidence synthesis and evaluation
* Historical reviews of important trials or syntheses
* Education and training
* Issues related to subject participation and consumer involvement
* Economic analysis and clinical trials
* Commentaries or debates on recent issues in clinical trials
* Conference proceedings

If you wish to subscribe to the Clinical Trials then please join the SCT
(www.sctweb.org) or contact Turpin Distribution Services at email:
subscriptions@turpinltd.com  tel: +44 (0) 1462 488900

Alternatively, please pass this information on to your librarian or the
person responsible for maintaining subscriptions.

For any further information, including free sample copies please contact
Arnold Journals
email: ejournal@hodder.co.uk  tel:  +44 (0) 20 7873 6358   fax: +44 (0) 20
7873 6299
post: Arnold Journals, 338 Euston Road, London NW1 3BH, UK

ISSN 1740-7745: Online ISSN 1740-7753

Visit us on the web at www.sctjournal.com
For information about the SCT visit www.sctweb.org












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