The Brussels Single Day Event took place on 18th September in the BDLS Offices in Brussels. Around 40 people from the Life Science Programming field attended the conference. The theme of the day was ‘Happy ADaM-ing’ and most of the agenda covered this theme, but there were also two coders corner style presentations, all very useful in our day to day programming work. During lunch and coffee breaks people had lively discussions and explored the main theme further with peers in the industry. In total 8 presenters contributed to the success of the day by sharing their knowledge and expertise. The feedback from the event was very positive.
, Heidi Curinckx, Janssen R&D and Gavin Winpenny, BDLSCDISC Workshop: From SDTM to ADaM? Mapping Methodologies
, Jessica Minkue, BDLSUse of ADaM Metadata in ADaM Dataset Creation Programs
, Marleen Nijs, Janssen R&DADaM Standards; What's New?
, Gavin Winpenny, BDLSManaging CDISC Version Changes
, Lauren Shinaberry, BDLSADaM Conversions: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
, Carla Santillan, BDLS
ADaM Implementation in SAS Clinical Data Integration and SAS Clinical Standards Toolkit
, Mark Lambrecht, SASSomething for Nothing! Converting Plots from SAS/GRAPH to ODS Graphics
, Philip Holland, Holland NumericsHow SAS Can Help with RTF Files
, Cyrille Cartier, BDLSDownload the Brochure Here