CSIM Evaluation Form - Keynote Addresses

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Friday, November 3, 2017
Extended Workshops - 1200 - 1340

Clinical Research in 2017: Why it Still Matters
Dr. James Douketis,
2017 Dr. David Sackett Senior Investigator Award Recipient
Objectives: 
·     Demonstrate creative thinking in a technology-saturated world
·     Recite some do’s and don’ts for aspiring clinical investigators
·     Identify why clinical research matters to you

Too Much Medicine and Venous Thromboembolic Disease: How Can We Make Things Well Again?
Dr. Emily Gibson McDonald, 2017 New Senior Investigator Award Recipient
Objectives:
·     Describe the scope of the problem
·     Review Dopplers and CT pulmonary angiograms in a tertiary care institution
·     Identify unnecessary anticoagulation of subsegmental pulmonary embolisms
·     Reduce the over investigation and over treatment of VTE



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Scientific content of this presentation
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Clinical Research in 2017: Why it Still Matters
Too Much Medicine and Venous Thromboembolic Disease: How Can We Make Things Well Again?
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