London, UK

20th May 2019

Real-world Evidence



Real-world Evidence proved a popular topic at the London SDE. The presentations were as diverse as the topic itself. A picture of real-world evidence’s place in healthcare was painted, followed by a deeper dive into the various data sources available and the opportunities and challenges they pose. Presenters shared their experiences and knowledge with an engaged and curious audience. We look forward to future discussions at future events.



Real-world Evidence: Where Are We Heading? – Srinivas Karri, Oracle Health Sciences

Can Simulated Data Unlock the Potential of Real-world Evidence in Oncology? – Adam Reich, IQVIA

Determining Medication Adherence Using Administrative Pharmacy Claims Data – Jessica Whittaker-Dixon, Quanticate

Pitfalls with an Observational Long-term Safety Registry: A Practical Experience – Angelo Tinazzi and Laura Phelan, Cytel

Structuring Your Data Landscape for Real-world Evidence – Guy Garrett and James McDermott, Achieve Intelligence

Using Real-world Data for Clinical Trials: Where Are We and Where Are We Going? – Berber Snoeijer, ClinLine


View the event brochure.


SDE Chairs:

Louise Raiteri, IQVIA

Paula Finch, Quanticate





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