Beerse, Belgium

Bringing Value to Patients: A Data-quality Perspective

                                                                                                         

Summary:

On the 28th of November the PhUSE SDE train stopped again in Beerse, Belgium. We had several speakers approaching the topic of “Bringing Value to Patients: A Data-quality Perspective” from different angles, which resulted in some very interesting presentations and lively discussions. With an almost full house and a full agenda this event was a great success! We would like to thank all the volunteers, sponsors, speakers and attendees for yet again a great day in Beerse!

 

Presentations:

Analytical Risk-based Monitoring at Janssen – Marion Wolfs & Sina Djali, Janssen R&D

Managing Quality Registry Data for Effective Exploration: A Quality Perspective – Peter Tormay, Capish

Interactive Dashboards for Early Data Access and Data Quality Control in a Clinical Trial – Femke Sijtsma & Lieke Gijsbers, OCS Life Sciences

Democratising Visual Analytics in Clinical Development – Christof Gänzler & Mark Demesmaeker, PerkinElmer

A Risk-based Approach to Data Management – Andrew Taylor, GCE Solutions

Monitoring Data and Information Quality in Clinical Studies – Bernd Heinen, SAS

Towards Better Data – Johannes Ulander, S-CUBED

Tools and Processes for Data-driven Monitoring and a Risk-based Approach – Giulia Zardi & Marika Zanin, CROS NT

The Art of Defensive Programming - Coping with Unseen Data – Philip Holland, Holland Numerics

The Role of Programmers in Flawless Execution of RBM Trials – Jill Ophoff, Janssen R&D

A Holistic View on Clinical Data Quality – Pieter Stas, Business & Decision Life Sciences

 

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