Summary of Study Designs Used in Pharmacoepidemiology Research. Overview of Sources of Data to Access Safety/Benefit of Drugs. data systems, field studies (or ad-hoc studies), and other special ad-hoc studies (e.g., case- control. Sources of data for pharmacoepidemiological studies Ad Hoc data sources and automated data systems. Selected special applications of. Pharmacoepidemiology Methods. • Background re: Epi Methods Data Sources for Pharmacoepidemiology. Studies ad hoc studies. • Data collected de novo.
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