Clinical Trials Masterclass
Authors and Principal Investigators report in the Clinical Trials Masterclass on how they conducted their study: What was decisive in the choice of study design and endpoints? What was their most important learning?
14 October 2021, 5-5:45 pm | Prof. Faiez Zannad, Nancy (France) | live and on demand on YouTube
Maximising scientific knowledge production from clinical trials
heart failure, coronary artery disease, electrophysiology
About Faiez Zannad:
Faiez Zannad is a heart failure specialist. He has also made significant contributions to biomarker research. He currently leads two EU-funded programmes: www.homage-hf.eu and www.fibrotargets.eu. He was Principal Investigator (PI) of the first outcome trial of a Non-VKA-dependant oral anticoagulants (NOACs) in heart failure (COMMANDER-HF trial) and Co-PI of the first outcome trial of glucose-lowering SGLT2 inhibitors (EMPEROR-Reduced trial) in heart failure. Zannad is the founder of the Global CardioVascular Clinical Trialists Forum (CVCT) .
The masterclass is organised by Young DZHK members from Berlin together with colleagues from the Nuffield Department of Population Health at the University of Oxford.
Save the date:
21. October 2021, 5 pm | Prof. John Cleland, UK
04. November 2021, 5 pm | Prof. John McMurray, UK
Each webinar lasts 45 minutes and will be livestreamed on YouTube. Further dates will follow.
ESC guidelines in a nutshell
Four new guidelines were presented at the Congress of the European Society for Cardiology (ESC) at the end of August. We discuss them with experts:
23 September 2021, 5 pm | Valvular Diseases | Dr. Tobias Trippel
06 October 2021, 5 pm | Cardiovascular Prevention | Prof. Frank Edelmann
27 October 2021, 5 pm | Heart Failure | Prof. Frank Heinzel
10 November 2021, 5 pm | Cardiac Pacing | PD Dr. Florian Blaschke
Each webinar lasts 45 minutes and will be livestreamed on YouTube.
With the support of the DZHK, the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin offers online training courses via livestream for cardiology residents.
At irregular intervals, Djawid Hashemi, assistant physician at the Medical Clinic with a focus on cardiology at Charité Berlin and member of the Young-DZHK, invites physicians and scientists to the Livetalk.
It is about exciting topics around the coronavirus and everyday cardiological questions.