Copenhagen, Denmark

6th June 2019

 

 

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Theme:

ADaM Revisited

 

Description:

Last year’s theme was ‘SDTM Revisited’; this year, the theme will be ‘ADaM revisited’.

There are still many challenges in using the CDISC foundational standards. The Copenhagen SDE 2019 will focus on experiences applying the ADaM standards. There will also be a presentation on CDISC SEND. Other subjects are also welcome.

This year, there will also be an opportunity to present posters during the breaks. The Copenhagen SDE is notoriously known for the great ambience and socialising during breaks, so this is an excellent opportunity to present a topic and discuss with industry colleagues.

The focus will be on learnings, best practices and strategies in applying the base CDISC standards in global submissions in compliance with many implementation guides and individual regulatory technical conformance guides.

 

Location:

Novo Nordisk A/S

Novo Nordisk Park

DK-2760 Måløv

Denmark

 

Agenda:

To follow

 

SDE Chairs:

Mikkel Traun, Novo Nordisk

Pia Hjulskov Kristensen, Lundbeck

 

If you have any questions, or require any information, please contact one of the SDE Chairs.

 

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