Chair: Steven Julious, Medical Statistics Group, University of Sheffield
Speakers: James Matcham, Amgen and Michael O'Kelly, Senior Director, Quintiles
Making available information from studies sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry: some current practices
Authors: Michael O'Kelly, Steven A. Julious, Stephen Pyke, Simon Day, Sue Todd, Jorgen Seldrup and James Matcham
Pharmaceutical Statistics, Volume 10, Issue 1, pages 60–69 January/February 2011 Abstract | Paper+ | Slides
Proposed best practice for statisticians in the reporting and publication of pharmaceutical industry-sponsored clinical trials
Authors: James Matcham, Steven Julious, Stephen Pyke, Michael O'Kelly, Susan Todd, Jorgen Seldrup and Simon Day
Pharmaceutical Statistics, Volume 10, Issue 1, pages 70–73 January/February 2011 Abstract | Paper+ | Slides
The potential for bias in reporting of industry-sponsored clinical trials
Authors: Stephen Pyke, Steven A. Julious, Simon Day, Michael O'Kelly, Susan Todd, James Matcham and Jorgen Seldrup
Pharmaceutical Statistics, Volume 10, Issue 1, pages 74–79 January/February 2011 Abstract | Paper+
+ Papers available to view from 6th December 2011 to 3rd January 2012.
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PSI Webinar: Wearable Technologies - Challenges and Opportunities
Wearable technologies and digital health data offer great opportunities for studying patients functionally in real life settings. Actigraphy, for example, can be used as part of clinical trials to collect continuous movement data, but the frequency of data collection results in dense datasets requiring extensive processing and signal detection. In this webinar, a panel of expert speakers will discuss how such aspects can be addressed to help realize the promise of these technologies.
Our annual PSI Medical Statistics Careers Event, will be held online using the Career Fair Plus app on Wednesday 3rd March 2021. The event will include a live online panel discussion and a virtual exhibition session.
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