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a paper, book, or other work concerned with a single subject or aspect of a subject



a scholarly work in which a specific theme is investigated in detail. In a monograph, the literature on the problem under consideration is presented and analyzed and new hypotheses and solutions contributing to further research are proposed. A monograph usually includes extensive bibliographical data, comments, and other information.

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The Publications Board encourages people with expertise interested in writing such a monograph to submit a prospectus.
- In-line referencing added to Uses: Off-label field in core drug monographs
Since the first release of the cranberry monograph, numerous clinical studies, meta-analyses, mechanistic reviews and interaction studies have been performed and have been included in the revision.
Within the 1990s ESCOP could expand the number of member societies to approximately 14 and the elaboration of monographs was successfully continued.
The second edition has been revised to include an index of page numbers for drug interactions in the interactions monographs. This is particularly helpful for herbals that have a large number of interactions, such as St.
In the context of the Volume 98 Monographs meeting, the Working Group performed a meta-analysis and concluded that there was sufficient evidence for the carcinogenicity of exposures as a painter (IARC 2010).
To facilitate clinical decision-making, Tatro (PharmD) and a panel of physicians and pharmacists have compiled this resource of some 2,000 monographs with evidence-based information on potential interactions between brand name and generic drugs and other drugs, herbs and foods.
With LYRASIS as lead organization, the planning partners were awarded a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to conduct a workshop titled "Developing a North-American Strategy to Preserve & Manage Print Collections of Monographs." LYRASIS was joined in planning and conducting the workshop by the California Digital Library (CDL), the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), with a steering committee consisting of Ivy Anderson (CDL), Kim Armstrong (CIC), Tim Cherubini (LYRASIS), Bob Kieft (Occidental College), Lizanne Payne (CRL), Mark Sandler (CIC), Karen Schmidt (Illinois Wesleyan University), and Emily Stam baugh (CDL).
* The SCC currently has nine different monographs available on various cosmetic topics.
This issue, and the 30 journal issues, monographs, and edited texts that preceded it, is based on the annual proceedings of the Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (TECBD) conference, which Rob organized and hosted for 31 years.
It would be unreasonable to expect that all monographs be analyzed here; some are left out or dealt with only briefly.