Pharmaceutical Programming (The Journal) is the industry’s only academic journal focusing on programming in a regulated environment. The journal serves as a knowledge repository and a forum for exchange between programmers working around the world.
PhUSE stopped the production of the journal after 5 volumes in December 2012. Past issues of the journal are available online.
PhUSE Members receive full on-line access to the journal. To access the online version click here.
1st December: PhUSE Announces First US Annual Conference to Take Place in 2018
22nd November: FDA Seeks Public Comment on PhUSE SDSP Template
28th June: PhUSE boost in membership takes it to 6,500
19th April: PhUSE Announces 2016 Annual Conference Keynote Speakers
7th March: PhUSE is Seeking Public Comment on PhUSE Nonclinical SDRG Template
19th February: PhUSE Supports Adventurer with Parkinson's Disease
14th September: PhUSE Annual Conference 2015 sold out again
5th August: Japan PMDA Publishes English Versions of Electronic Data Submission & Technical Conformance Guidance
7th July: PhUSE Delighted to Welcome Member Number 5,000
14th April: PhUSE Announces Inspirational Keynotes for their 2015 Annual Conference
12th January: PhUSE Working Group Active in Developing Standard Analysis Scripts
30th October: PhUSE and CDISC Announce Draft RDF Representation of Existing CDISC Data Standards
16th May: FDA/PhUSE Collaboration: Study Data Reviewer’s Guide Work Package v1.1 Available
18th - 19th March: PhUSE Co-sponsors the Annual FDA/PhUSE Computational Science Symposium, Silver Spring Maryland, USA
14th March: PhUSE Annual Conference to focus on Patient Centricity
27th February: PhUSE Announces Open Source Repository of Clinical Trial Informatics Analysis Code
12th February: PhUSE to Host “Indian Statistical Programming: GenNext", An Event for Clinical Trial Informatics in Hyderabad, India
7th February - Dr. Ben Goldacre to Keynote PhUSE Annual Conference
PhUSE is an expanding, global society with a membership of more than 8,000 clinical data scientists. It requires a large pool of resources to help with its running so offers many opportunities for members to become involved. Whether it’s chairing a conference, presenting at an event, leading a working group or contributing to the quarterly newsletter, we are always keen to hear from volunteers.
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