PhUSE 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, projects news and industry views. 


Over the last few months the projects within the PhUSE working groups have been incredibly busy working on their deliverables. We currently have four White Papers out for public review. To view the papers and provide your feedback click here


Recently Published Deliverables 

  • The Optimising the Use of Data Standards Working Group have now published the final cSDRG which includes the Clinical Legacy Data Conversion Plan & Report section. To view the deliverables click here
  • The Test Data Factory project have now released their final document which looks to create CDISC-compliant test datasets focusing on SDTM, ADaM, and SEND. Click here to view the referenced documents.
  • Define XML 2.0 Stylesheet Recommendations have released their final standard document, to view the files click here
  • The Clinical Trials Data Transparency Toolkit project have released their final White Paper which looks to highlight the evolving global landscape of clinical trial transparency and disclosure. Click here to view the paper and the supporting documents. 


We'd like to thank all of the PhUSE members who took the time to answer any questions and promote the PhUSE Working Groups during the EU Connect Conference in Frankfurt. To catch up on the conference and view the presentations click here


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