Five Reasons to Attend the PhUSE Utrecht SDE

With registration opening soon for the first PhUSE Single Day Event of 2019, in Utrecht, the Netherlands, we take a look at why you should be attending. Here are our top five reasons:

You will get to hear first-hand, from a multitude of professionals and organisations, about how the future of data processing will unfold. The theme, “Data Processing Solutions and Integration”, will be exploring how those in clinical research and healthcare handle data. The aim of the SDE is to capture a wide range of ideas and observations from an array of professions.

  • You will have the opportunity to vocalise your opinion on the theme, should you wish to, helping to advance novel and relevant research within the biometrics community.
  • Following the main aim of PhUSE, the SDE is a fantastic opportunity to network with your peers within your geographic location. Connecting, sharing and advancing ideas is, and has always been, at the forefront of PhUSE.
  • Shadowed by Amsterdam, Utrecht is a far older city, with just as much beauty and intrigue. The Danone Nutricia Research centre is on the outskirts of the city, and we thoroughly recommend you take advantage of this location to go exploring. The Dom Tower and the university, both within the city, are staggering and beautiful examples of Dutch architecture. There are also plenty of restaurants along the canal, allowing you to enjoy a bite to eat whilst taking in the hustle and bustle.
  • For newcomers or returners, you will soon find out why the first SDE of the year is hosted in Utrecht. The novel theme, the historic location and the opportunity to be part of something happening right now makes it an event not to be missed.

 For more information on this event, visit the Utrecht SDE page on our website.  

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