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.
Working Groups Summer Blog
The Working Groups Summer Blog is now live! We’ve plenty of new and exciting updates to share, click here to read.
The PHUSE Japan Working Groups are hosting a Webinar on October 8th. The Webinar, which will be in Japanese will cover the following topics;
- PHUSE Updates - Japan Working Groups and Japan Single Day Event in December
- Explore the Potential Value of Real-world Data by Using MDV Services
- Next Generation Medical Infrastructure Act: Full Scale Operation to Create Evidence
8th October 2020
16:00 (JST) 8:00 (BST) 3:00 (EDT)
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
PHUSE convened a group of experts from across industry to address the particular challenges Clinical Data Scientists may face in their work. This group has published a White Paper which offers perspectives from industry experts on what Clinical Data Scientists can expect in studies in COVID-19 and strategies to address some of the challenges they may encounter. This group has also published a series of blogs providing timely advice as well as an additional White Paper that considers the impacts of COVID-19 on the collection and analysis of clinical trial data.
The PHUSE Best Practices for Data Collection Instructions project team conducted a survey to evaluate the different industry approaches for collecting adverse event data and how those data are evaluated for treatment emergence. The survey was conducted in conjunction with the Analysis and Display White Papers project team, this White Paper presents the findings of the survey.
The Standard Analyses and Code Sharing Working Group has published a 'General Output Tips and Considerations' White Paper. The intent of the paper is to act as a guide to accompany other papers describing different types of analyses. Click here to read.
The SDTM ADaM Implementation FAQ project has published responses to questions submitted on Data Submissions.