London, UK

20th May 2019


This event is now fully booked and registration has closed.



Real-world Evidence



This Single Day Event will focus on the handling and analysis of real-world data and the challenges surrounding this, from large datasets to dirty data, validation and standardisation.



210 Pentonville Rd
London,  N1 9JY
(by King's Cross Station)



Time Presentation Speaker(s)
09:00–09:30 Registration and Coffee
09:30–09:45 Welcome Louise Raiteri,
09:45–10:00 PhUSE Updates

Yvonne Moores,
GCE Solutions
(PhUSE Special Projects Director)

10:00–10:45 Real-world Evidence: Where Are We Heading? Srinivas Karri,
Oracle Health Sciences
10:45–11:00 Coffee Break

Can Simulated Data Unlock the Potential of Real-world Evidence in Oncology?

Adam Reich,

11:45–13:00 Determining Medication Adherence Using Administrative Pharmacy Claims Data Jessica Whittaker-Dixon,
13:00–14:00 Lunch Break
14:00–14:45 Pitfalls with an Observational Long-term Safety Registry: A Practical Experience Angelo Tinazzi and Laura Phelan,
14:45–15:30 Structuring Your Data Landscape for Real-world Evidence Guy Garrett and James McDermott,
Achieve Intelligence
15:30–15:45 Coffee Break
15:45–16:30 Using Real-world Data for Clinical Trials: Where Are We and Where Are We Going? Berber Snoeijer,
16:30–16:45  Any Other Questions
16:45–17:00 Closing Remarks Paula Finch,


SDE Chairs:

Louise Raiteri, IQVIA

Paula Finch, Quanticate


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





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