Utrecht, the Netherlands

19th March 2019


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Data Processing Solutions and Integration



The 4th PhUSE SDE Netherlands focuses the attention on the unsung heroes of clinical research and healthcare: data processing solutions. This landscape has never been more turbulent than today and the choice of solutions is greater than ever. This poses many questions. Off-the-shelf or bespoke? All-in-one or smaller modules? Global vendor or local startup? That is not even considering the challenges that arise integrating solutions for data streams, such as EDC, wearables, mobile technology, e-diaries, imaging devices and many others into a single computing environment, where it can be structured and analysed. Should we adopt new data analysis tools and, if so, how do we combine these with existing packages technically and procedurally?

We aim to attract presenters to share their experiences in acquiring, deploying, using, improving, and integrating data processing solutions. We strive to get the perspective of sponsor organisations, software vendors, and technology providers and ask them to share their ideas and visions for now and for the future.



Danone Nutricia Research Center,

Uppsalalaan 12,

3584 CT Utrecht,

the Netherlands.



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SDE Chairs:

Jules van der Zalm, OCS Life Sciences

Paul Vervuren, Nutricia Research

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



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