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7th April 2017

BCS Clinical Cardiovascular Research Day

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Course

An internationally renowned faculty will take delegates through a step-by-step guide to the process of conducting clinical cardiovascular research. From acquiring grant funding and making accurate sample size calculations to navigating the research ethics committee and appropriate data analysis, culminating in the production of a high impact publication.

‘Clinical research is a fundamentally important method of validating and improving upon current clinical practice to optimise patient outcome. Active participation in clinical research will not only support career progression and re validation, but allows for an appreciation of why it remains the cornerstone of the evidence-based medicine we practice today.’

Course Highlights:

  • A keynote lecture from the new Medical Director of the British Heart Foundation – Professor Sir Nilesh Samani
  • Top tips on how to get published in a high impact journal from an Executive Editor of The Lancet – Dr Stuart Spencer
  • Writing a winning grant application
  • Designing the ideal Patient Information Sheet
  • How to prepare for the potential pitfalls arising from the Research Ethics Committee
  • Accurate sample size calculations
  • Top tips on data collection, cleaning and analysis
  • Advice on what it takes to run a multi-centre trial

Course Directors:

  • Dr Aung Myat
  • Professor David Hildick-Smith
  • Professor Nick Curzen
  • Dr Rod Stables
  • Professor Adrian Banning

Book Now

Course

An internationally renowned faculty will take delegates through a step-by-step guide to the process of conducting clinical cardiovascular research. From acquiring grant funding and making accurate sample size calculations to navigating the research ethics committee and appropriate data analysis, culminating in the production of a high impact publication.

‘Clinical research is a fundamentally important method of validating and improving upon current clinical practice to optimise patient outcome. Active participation in clinical research will not only support career progression and re validation, but allows for an appreciation of why it remains the cornerstone of the evidence-based medicine we practice today.’

Course Highlights:

  • A keynote lecture from the new Medical Director of the British Heart Foundation – Professor Sir Nilesh Samani
  • Top tips on how to get published in a high impact journal from an Executive Editor of The Lancet – Dr Stuart Spencer
  • Writing a winning grant application
  • Designing the ideal Patient Information Sheet
  • How to prepare for the potential pitfalls arising from the Research Ethics Committee
  • Accurate sample size calculations
  • Top tips on data collection, cleaning and analysis
  • Advice on what it takes to run a multi-centre trial

Course Directors:

  • Dr Aung Myat
  • Professor David Hildick-Smith
  • Professor Nick Curzen
  • Dr Rod Stables
  • Professor Adrian Banning

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