Delhi, India

Optimizing the Use of Data Standards



The theme of the event was "Optimizing the Use of Data Standards". The event was held on 18th February with 59 delegates from 15 companies. There were ten presenters who shared their experiences, opinions and perspectives around the theme. A number of interesting points were raised around Data Standards, SDTM, ADaM and SEND Standards Implementation in relation to the presentations. A panel discussion followed the presentations, where there were lengthy discussions about the current trends in standards implementation and optimization techniques. Both of which actively engaged the audience.

2017 marks PHUSE celebrating their 100th SDE this year, a cake cutting ceremony was held to commemorate the milestone.

A very big thanks to all the people who made this event a grand success.



Data Analysis of Sources of Finance and Treatment w.r.t Medical Advice – Mukesh, Government of India

Data Standards in Clinical Research: Present Scenario, Challenges and Future Directions – Mayank Anand, Inc Research

Data Standards: Where are we now? – Pam Howard, ICON

Use TA Guidelines to Optimise Your Standardisation Efforts – Neha Srivastava & Gaurab Chakraborty, Chiltern

CDISC SDTM Standards Implementation – Common Challenges and Best Practices – Shrishailia Patil, PPD

SDTM Submission Package: What Lies Beneath? – Puja Kawle, Cytel

Clinical Trials and SDTM Standards – Prasanna Parthasarathy & Debasis Sahu, ICON

ADaM: Where Do I Start? – Krupali Ladani & Sangram Parbhane, doLoop Technologies

SEND: A New Avenue for Data Standards – Arnab Goswami, QuintilesIMS

Challenges in Optimizing the Use of Data Standards – Jyotirmay Shukla, TCS


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SDE Chairs:

Sunil Bhatia, TCS

Pam Howard, ICON

If you have any questions, or require any information, please contact the SDE Co-Chair.









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