Good Medical Research is important for enhancing our understanding of human health and disease and developing safe and effective medical interventions. Good Medical Research leads to good medical practice, which benefits society. Bad Medical Research, however, can have detrimental consequences for medicine and society. The MedicReS World Congress in 2014 ( nyc2014.medicres.org ) will help investigators learn how to conduct good medical research and avoid the problems that lead to bad medical research. READ MORE >>>>
Good Medical Research is research that has the potential to deliver results that can improve the capabilities and decision-making of clinicians, and that obtains its results via methods that respect the rights of human subjects. Settling questions about what counts as good medical research is an interdisciplinary enterprise, requiring contributions from statisticians, scientists, clinicians, and ethicists, and the MedicReS World Congress will be bringing these experts together.
Dear Colleagues, I write to invite you to attend MedicReS’ 4th World Congress, including the International Conference on Good Biostatistical Practice, in New York, USA from October 16—18, 2014. The organizers have arranged a wonderful program of talks and sessions, with many distinguished speakers including Judith Goldberg (NYU), Shelley Hurwitz (Harvard), Arzu Kanik (University of Mersin), David Madigan (Columbia University), Collin O’Neil (Lehman College, CUNY), David Resnik, and Andrea and Douglas Zahn. READ MORE >>>>
Dear Colleagues, "GOOD MEDICAL RESEARCH" is the title of the 4th World Congress presented by MedicReS, to take place October 16-18, 2014 in New York City, New York.
The aim of the conference is to discuss methodological, ethical, biostatistical, economic, and legal concerns in medical research, with regard to international standards. The three international conferences are "Good Biostatistical Practice," "Good Publication Practice," and "Good Bioethical Practice."