The first " Osteology Guidelines for Oral & Maxillofacial Regeneration" book, which focuses on preclinical research, has been available for a while, and it has been frequently recommended by researchers from all over the world.
Now the second book of the series is published. The Clinical Research Guidelines book by the editors William V. Giannobile, Niklaus P. Lang and Maurizio S. Tonetti focuses on all aspects of clinical research, including the development of study goals, research design methodology and outcome measures.
The "Clinical Research Guidelines" were presented for the first time at the EAO congress in Rome in September 2014 where they received a lot of attention. Worldwide renowned researchers visited the Osteology booth during the congress to get a first glimpse of the new book, and they were full of praise for it.
An essential reference guide for clinical researchers
The content of the Clinical Research Guidelines book is provided by a group of eminent investigators with expertise in all facets of clinical research from methodology to clinical protocols.
The topics covered include oral/maxillofacial imaging, histomorphometry, examiner calibration, good clinical practice, ridge augmentation, soft/hard tissue grafting, sinus augmentation and periodontal regeneration protocols.
The new Osteology book guides clinical researchers, practitioners and young investigators in creating protocols that lead to meaningful outcomes in oral and maxillofacial tissue regeneration. It is an essential reference guide for clinical researchers engaged in research in oral tissue regeneration.