Prof. Arzu KANIK

​MedicReS New York

Scientific Director

MedicReS Board Member


Prof Pasquale Perrone Filardi

President Elect
Italian Society of



​MedicReS Courses

Invited Speakers

Suzanne Pozsonyi

MedicReS Instructor

​Clinical Research 


 Course Director

Prof. Arzu Kanik, PhD

MedicReS Scientific Director

Prof. Pasquale Perrone Filardi
President Elect
Italian Society of Cardiology
Full professor of Cardiology 
Head of Cardiology School
Federico II University 

Suzanne Pozsonyi

MedicReS Invited Speaker  

Accreditation & CME MedicReS 24 MACMEC 


April 17th, 2019 * Good Cardiology Research
09.00-09.30   Registration  & Opening Statements
09.30- 10.30   Introduction & Why Good Cardiology Research
10.30-11.00   Coffee Break
11.30-12.30   Scientific Errors and Confidence Internals, P-Value & Power, Calculating the minimum required sample size Outcome Management  in Cardiology, Calculating the minimum required sample size for randomized clinical trials, EPICOS POWER
12.30-14.00  Lunch
14.30-15.30  Workshop handling with bias  with published articles: understanding observational Research in Cardiology: Cohort vs Retrospective Cohorts, Nested Case-Control vs Case Control, Propensity Score Matching vs Randomized Controlled  Trials
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break 
16.00-17.30 Online Lessons &Tests GMR Online Lessons and Online Exams, 

April 18th, 2019 * Good Reviewing Round Table 
09.00-10.30. Ethical rules for collecting  data from human  both prospective and retrospective studies, publication ethics: Authorship & Plagiarism
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break 
11.00-12.30 Main Sources of Rejection:  Validity & Accuracy: Study Design: Is the study design used in the manuscript in conjunction with the aim of the study?
12.30-14.00  Lunch
14.00-15.30 Main Sources of Major Revision: Statistical Analysis Session:  Is the statistical method used in manuscript in conjunction with study design and data? 
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break   
16.00-17.30 Intellectual Revision:  Sample Size Session; Is there any condition about the unnecessary or inadequate sample size? Minor Revision:  Tables and Graphics Session; Have appropriate descriptive and summary statistics been given in the results?

April 19th, 2019 * Good Biostatistical Practice
09.00-10.30: Type of Research: Observational vs Experimental, Diagnostics vs Treatment  Type of Cardiological Research  Data & Outcomes in Cardiology Research: Which Design? E-PICOS DESIGNER
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break 
11.00-12.30 Calculating and Interpretation of treatment efficacy and safety statistics  such as ARR, RRR, NNT, RR, OR, Understanding Censored data: Hazard Ratio, Kaplan Meier  Survival Analysis 
12.30-14.00  Lunch
14.30-15.30 Workshop: understanding  some important statistical methods s in cardiology: ANOVA, Student's t-test
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break
16.30-17.30  Calculation Practices with E-PICOS CALCULATOR 

April 20th, 2019 * Good Clinical Practice and Good Randomized Clinical Trials
09.00-10.30 Good Clinical Trials in Cardiology, Good Clinical Practice in Cardiology,  Writing Protocol for Randomized Clinical Trials Bias, Blinding & Randomization, ITT vs Per PROTOCOL
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break
11.00-12.30 Clinical Trial Management: GCP E6 R1, R2
12.30-14.00  Lunch  
14.00-15.30 Clinical Trial Registration and Reporting Clinical Trials CONSORT
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break
16.00-17.30 Closing Session 


Services included in the registration fee 

- Full conference & workshop participation

( four days ) 

- E-PICOS intelligence and interactive biostatistics tool

- BeGMR online education program 

Accreditation & CME Certificate 




Course  on Good Clinical Research in Cardiology
based on Good Biostatistical Practice &  Advanced Biostatistics in Cardiology
Good Publication Practice in Cardiology:

Good Reporting and Good Reviewing, Good Publication Practice 


APRIL 17 - 20, 2019

MedicReS aims to educate researchers and provoke discussion about the good scientific method, statistics, ethics, publication, and education. Faced with stifling bureaucracy, competition for funds, and employer pressure to deliver results, finding the time and space to produce the best research can seem an arduous process. Events like the MedicReS world congress should help to emancipate researchers, refocusing them on the steps to ensure that their research is as rigorous as possible