Canadian Research Meeting

Important topics in ophthalmic research presented by international experts

Saturday, June 20
Harbour C, 0900-1200

At the end of this session participants will be able to:

  • identify key strategies in preparing successful manuscripts for publication
  • understand important elements of clinical research, including how to go from phase 1 to phase 4 clinical trials and how to perform clinical trials and case reports
  • understand the importance of informed consent
  • understand how Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) function in research

Phil Hooper, Martin Steinbach, Allan R Slomovic

Thomas J. Liesegang, MD / Miguel N. Burnier, MD
Alan F. Cruess, MD / David Maberley, MD

Allan Slomovic
0905Preparing manuscripts for publication
Thomas Liesegang
0950Clinical and translational research: from Phase I to Phase IV clinical trials
1030Clinical trials: What have we learned about treating AMD? What do we need to know?
Alan Cruess
1000The case report: Is it a valid form of research? If so, how do you do it well?
David Maberley
1130The Meaning and need for informed consent
Thomas Liesegang
1142The need and function for IRBs in research
Thomas Liesegang

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