PCR Clinical Research EuroPCR

The Course devoted to Education in Clinical Research

Initiated in 2015 under the impetus of the renowned pioneer interventional cardiologist Jean Marco, the mission of the Course is to highlight the fundamental link between clinical research and best clinical care, with the ultimate goal of addressing the needs of the patient.

The Course is tailored for those of all levels: physicians, research fellows, research nurses and coordinators, industry partners, CRO representatives and regulators. It provides an innovative and coherent learning experience that enables participants to confidently play a new role or become more proficient actors in the field, both as individuals and as a team.

The core curriculum of the Course is divided into 3 main chapters - Critical thinking, Participating in a study and Running a study.

PCR Clinical Research at EuroPCR 2017


Comments from previous participants include:

“... the structure of this Course is totally different from the traditional classroom...”

“... this session is the best that I’ve attended...”

“... the speakers knew we came with different expectations, different ideas, different levels of knowledge…”

Relive PCR Clinical Research at EuroPCR!

Join D. Capodanno , C. Cook , M.C. Morice , D. Mylotte , R.L.J. Osnabrugge in this video to relive the best moments of this year's edition. Listen to participants share what makes this Course so appealing and explain why its unique format is so engaging.

PCR Clinical Research@EuroPCR 2018

The 5th edition of the Course will be integrated in the Programme of EuroPCR in Paris, on Thursday 24 May. Upon this occasion, 4 specific modules will address the following very deceptively simple questions:

  • Critical thinking – They say “this is a positive trial”: can I trust the conclusions?
  • Critical thinking – They say “noninferiority was met”: what does it mean, and is it enough to change my practice?
  • Participating in a study – I want to be the top enroller! How can I improve my centre performance?
  • Running a study – The “blank slide syndrome”: how can I prepare an effective presentation and convey my message to a wide audience?
PCR Clinical Research EuroPCR attendees

Maximum participant interactivity will be on the menu as experienced facilitators impart valuable education in a practical, interactive manner using innovative tools and formats that involve role-playing, hands-on research, in-session contests and buzzers.