National Conference for Clinical Research (NCCR)

In 2020, the Institute For Clinical Research (ICR), previously known as Clinical Research Centres (CRC) celebrates 2 decades! At the 13th National Conference for Clinical Research (eNCCR) from 24 – 26 August 2020, the conference is going virtual. ICR will showcase the meaningful advancements in digital health and clinical research that have provided the base for clinical trials, and highlight the accomplishments of research centres at NIH to fellow researchers and clinicians, related to COVID-19. The event will be hosted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Aptly themed "Conference Of Very Important Disease (COVID-19)", the conference aims to focus on disruptive technologies, interdisciplinary Digital Health research and coordinate efforts to advance research in fighting against the pandemic that affected the entire global. Delegates will be able to explore possibilities and glean new insights for eHealth, mHealth, Big data, IoMT and AI in curbing COVID-19.

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National Conference for Clinical Research (NCCR)

This community collects posters, presentations and output from National Conference for Clinical Research (NCCR). NCCR is spearheaded by the Institute for Clinical Research (ICR), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Malaysia. 

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