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.
Registration is now Open!
With the restrictions in place due to COVID-19, the ninth US Computational Science Symposium (CSS) will be going virtual. With PHUSE's new engagement platform, On24, the event is set to be fantastic. The CSS, brings together industry, regulatory and academia to discuss key topics within the industry and collaborate on a number of pre-defined projects.
PHUSE Webinar Wednesday, July 29th.
Call for Volunteers
Harmonization of SEND Implementation to Enable Historical Control Data Analysis
The scope of this project is to evaluate and recommend approaches for SEND harmonization to better enable analysis of historical control data. SEND harmonization strategies include creation of new variables, controlled terminology, preferred terms, reference lists and/or analysis strategies (scripts) to enable cross study analysis. Developing a solution framework for variability that includes representation of stakeholders involved in the creation and use of SEND datasets will enable more efficient routine analysis of warehoused SEND data. If you're interested in joining this project, please contact email@example.com.
Deliverables out for Public Comment
PHUSE Working Groups Projects are soliciting feedback from the broader community on a wide range of deliverables. Click here to review the documents and provide your feedback.
Final Published Deliverables
The Data De-Identification Toolkit project has published a White Paper which draws a detailed dataset(s) anonymisation process map. The paper identifies challenges and potential pitfalls of the process, suggest best practices and offers automation ideas and examples. Click here to download.
The Global View of the Clinical Transparency Landscape Best Practices Guide builds upon the “Clinical Trial Transparency and Disclosure: A Global View” White Paper listed below. In this Best Practices Guide, subject matter experts share recommendations with the aim of fostering a holistic approach to clinical data transparency and disclosure that provides accurate and complete information across multiple disclosure platforms.
The Clinical Trial Transparency and Disclosure: A Global View White Paper was developed by industry experts with the goal of highlighting the evolving global landscape of clinical trial transparency and disclosure, with special focus on individual study and submission-related requirements. Click here to download the paper.