Scientific Program  


Day 1: Good Medical Research: Necessity, Ethic, Validity, Reliability.

Good Clinical Research with A Smart and Interactive Computer Program E-PICOS
09.00 - 10.30  Good Planning: Case Controls vs Nested Case Controls; Cohort vs Retrospective Cohort, Randomized Clinical Trials vs Real-Word Data Analysis E-PICOS DESIGNER
Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30  Type of Hypothesis  and Estimation of minimum necessary sample size with  "E-PICOS POWER & PostHoc Power for mean, proportion, HR, RR, OR, Se, Sp, and Prevalence"
Lunch
13.30 - 14.00 Meeting : International MedicReS Club Members 

14.00  15.30 GROUP 1 & 2 International Workshop: Making Clinical & Biostatistical Appraisal

Day 2 :

09.00 - 10.30 Choosing Appropriate Statistical Methods with E-PICOS ASSISTANT: Parametric Tests vs Non-Parametric Test, Multiple Test Choice
Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30  Making basic biostatistical tests: Student T-test, ANOVA, Chi-Square, Se, Sp, PPV, NPV, LR, OR, RR, Kappa ...How to write good report for clinical research: Tips for writing scientific paper
 

Lunch 

13.30 - 14.00 Meeting : International MedicReS Club Members 
14.00  15.30 GROUP 1 & 2 International Workshop: Making Clinical & Biostatistical Appraisal

REGISTRATION FORM

Impression * 2018




Course Director 

Prof. Arzu Kanik, PhD

MedicReS Scientific Director




Accreditation MedicReS 12 MACMEC

Certification MedicReS "Good Medical Researcher" & GCP

Services included in the registration fee ; 
- Full course & workshop participation 
- E-PICOS intelligence and interactive biostatistics tool 
- BeGMR online education program 

MEDICRES

International Conference

"Introduction to BeGMR Design Analysis Publication" 
VENICE
May 17 - 18, 2019 


​​INCLUDED SERVICES 

2 COFFEE BREAKS / 2 LUNCH

BEGMR & EPICOS PROGRAMS

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