Working Groups News

The PHUSE Working Groups, which are led by volunteers from major stakeholders, have been developing innovative solutions that address unmet computational science needs. Here, we will look to share the latest information around the PHUSE Working Groups, from workshops to white papers, project news and industry views. 


New: Data Visualisation Subject Level Data Review Summary Report 

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 focuses on three types of subject level data representations:Tabular Patient Profiles, Graphical Patient Profiles and Patient Narratives. Click here to view the White Paper. 

Call for Volunteers 

The SEND data factory is a project to create shared software to create SEND datasets. Such datasets could be used for producing early SEND datasets for new IG changes, testing visualisation software and validators. There is also the possibility to expand the project to produce SDTM datasets as well.

If you're interested in both contributing to the project and to learn or increase your R programming skills please contact William Houser and Kevin Snyder

New: Best Practices for writing PHUSE White Papers

The PHUSE Steering Committee have produced guidelines on how to write a White Paper. Suggestions from length of the paper and writing style, to how best to keep your audience engaged are all useful tips. You can find the Best Practices here.

In line with the Best Practices for writing White Papers, you will find the White Papers template here, together with plenty of other useful information to help support you and your project.

New: PHUSE Industry SEND Readiness Survey 2020

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 (Standard for Exchange of Nonclinical Data) readiness and implementation. 

The results of the teams recent efforts can help every organisation see where they are in relation to other organisations around the world that are striving to implement SEND solutions. Results will be published on the PHUSE Wiki and at the PHUSE Computational Science Symposium in June 2020. 

The survey closes March 13th 2020.


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