Effects of COVID-19 pandemic on conduct of clinical trials.

  • Medha Joshi International Medical School, Management and Science University, Bangalore Campus. Bangalore 560054
Keywords: Covid 19, Clinical trial

Author Biography

Medha Joshi, International Medical School, Management and Science University, Bangalore Campus. Bangalore 560054

Consultant, Health Professions Education, Former Director, Medical Education Unit, and Professor of Pharmacology.

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Published
2022-03-01
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Joshi M. Effects of COVID-19 pandemic on conduct of clinical trials. jpadr [Internet]. 2022Mar.1 [cited 2022May25];3(1):1-. Available from: https://jpadr.com/index.php/jpadr/article/view/67