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8 Tips to Improve Virtual Presentations

The current global COVID-19 situation has led to significant disruption to our usual work routines. Restrictions on travel and in-person event attendance has encouraged many event organisers (including PHUSE) to create virtual events to continue knowledge and information sharing. Presenting virtually is not as easy as it sounds, view '8 Tips to Improve Virtual Presentations' to give you some handy tips and tricks.

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A Clinical Data Science Approach to the COVID-19 Situation

As a PHUSE member, and especially if you planned to attend the PHUSE US Connect in Orlando, you will have observed challenges due to the COVID-19 spread first-hand. Read on for A Clinical Data Science Approach to the COVID-19 Situation.

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Welcome to Orlando!

Attending PHUSE's US Connect in March? Make the most of your stay in the heart of the Sunshine State, and read our Orlando guide written by Americas Director Chris Hurley.

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PHUSE/FDA Data Science Innovation Challenge – Opioid/Substance Use Disorder

A current challenge of the PHUSE/FDA Data Science Innovation Challenge is 'Opioid/Substance Use Disorder' which looks to facilitate effective intervention for prevention and treatment of opioid/substance use disorder by harnessing social media data. Here you will find the abstracts of the accepted participants who have proposed a solution to this challenge.

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PHUSE/FDA Data Science Innovation Challenge – Drug Safety Surveillance Challenge Abstracts

A current challenge of the PHUSE/FDA Data Science Innovation Challenge is 'Drug Safety Surveillance' which looks to define an ideal process for surveillance of multiple data sources that would be useful in the development of a pharmacovigilance tool. Here you will find the abstracts of the accepted participants who have proposed a solution to this challenge.

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