Monday, 2 July, 2012 - 09:00 to Wednesday, 4 July, 2012 - 18:15

The FDIME / EFIM Seminar on Clinical Research was held in Paris from 2 - 4 July 2012. 14 young Internists from 9 EFIM affiliated countries participated at the seminar.

The programme included talks by international experts on the following topics:

Partnership University-Pharma Industry: a way to energize career development in Science.
Partnership University-Pharma industry: a way to energize scientific research.
Clinical trials that changed the world.
The partnership university-pharma industry
Methodology in clinical research.
Clinical epidemiology through personal experience.
Clinical research on rare diseases.
Development of a new molecule.
How to build a protocol.
How to Analyse a Clinical Paper.
Development and application of molecular treatments for genetic diseases and cancer.


Relevant EFIM Publications

Medical and surgical co-management – A strategy of improving the quality and outcomes of perioperative care

Author(s): Carmen Fierbinţeanu-Braticevicia, Matthias Raspe, Alin Liviu Preda, Evija Livčāne
Date:15 November 2018

Hospital ambulatory medicine: A leading strategy for Internal Medicine in Europe

Author(s): Xavier Corbella, Vasco Barreto, Stefano Bassetti, Monica Bivol, Pietro Castellino, Evert-Jan de Kruijf, Francesco Dentali, Mine Durusu-Tanriöv
Date:14 April 2018

What is the role of general internists in the tertiary or academic setting?

Author(s): Mine Durusu Tanriovera, Shirley Rigby, L. Harry van Hulsteijn, Faustino Ferreira, Narcisso Oliveira, Petra-Maria Schumm-Draeger
Date:1 December 2014

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What is EFIM?

The principal objectives of EFIM is to promote internal medicine on a scientific educational, ethical and professional level and to support internists in providing better care for patients throughout Europe.

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What is internal medicine?

The specialty of internal medicine covers a wide range of conditions affecting the internal organs of the body. Although some diseases specifically affect individual organs, the majority of common diseases. The internist must then be trained to recognise and manage a broad range of diseases and, with the aging population, many patients with chronic and multiple disorders.

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