PhUSE SDE - Beerse, Belgium

   


 

Theme & Description:

The Single Day Event in Beerse was another great PhUSE event with over 50 people attending.
The main focus of this year’s EU SDEs is put on data transparency and submission standards in the pharmaceutical industry.
 

Presentations:

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Moving to Define.xml V2.0.0, Davy Baele (Business & Decision Life Sciences)

Improving Transparency of Clinical data using analytics, Mark Lambrecht (SAS)

Creating patient treatment journeys based on outpatient pharmacy data using an extended macro toolbox, Berber Snoeijer (PHARMO Institute)

Underpinning the underpinning of CDISC - Using the Operational Data Model, Geoff Low (Medidata Solutions Worldwide)

New Working Group on Emerging Technologies: update from the first meeting in Washingstn DC and starting projects - informal communication, Isabelle de Zegher (Parexel International)

The off shoring and outsourcing of R&D and innovation activities in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Mark Bynens (LACO N.V.)

Identifying atypical sites with central statistical monitoring, Erik Doffagne (CluePoints)

Skills for SAS® Programmers in Epidemiology, Phil Holland (Holland Numerics)

Best Practices for R Deployment in Pharma, Tobias Verbeke (Open Analytics)

Brochure

 

 

  

 

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