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The Nonclinical Topics Working Group would be grateful if you could take a moment to assist in the annual data gathering by completing this short survey on industry SEND readiness and implementation. The closing date to complete the survey is 13th March and results will be published on the PHUSE Wiki, and at the PHUSE Computational Science Symposium in June 2020. 



Interested in writing a white paper? The PHUSE Steering Committee has produced guidelines on how to do so. Full of useful tips, suggestions included range from length of the paper and writing style to how best keep your audience engaged! You can find the Best Practices here.

The Data Visualisation project conducted an updated analysis of the current tools used to review subject-level data, including the use of interactive visualisations for generating patient profiles and patient narratives. This paper focusses on three types of subject-level data representations: Tabular Patient Profiles, Graphical Patient Profiles and Patient Narratives. Click here to view the White Paper. 

The Data Reviewer's Guide in XML project has released v2.0 of the Prototype Package. This prototype release looks to provide a more stable version for industry early adoption and testing for a future final publication that encompasses all DRGs.

To download the full package, visit the Deliverables page on the PHUSE website and click the ‘DRG-XML Prototype Package Release’ link from the Optimizing the Use of Data Standards section.

 

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