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Scientific Programme

The PSI Conference Scientific Programme will start at 9am on Monday 3rd June and run until 3pm on Wednesday 5th June.

Please refer to the draft programme below; please note this is subject to change. 

Sunday 2 June

 13:00 - 17:00 Pre-Conference Course:
Stated Preference Methods: 

Eliciting patient preferences in the age of personalized medicine

QEII Centre
Room: Westmintser

 Pre-Conference Course:
Evidence Synthesis for Clinical Trials: 

Use of Historical Data and Extrapolation - Methods, applications and implementation with the R package RBesT

Park Plaza Waterloo
Room: Park Suite 1-4



Monday 3 June

08:00 Registration

QEII Entrance Lobby 

09:15  Conference Opening Remarks  

Room: Mountbatten
Chair: Nigel Howitt (PSI Chair) 
09:30  Keynote Talk - John Pullinger

Room: Mountbatten
Chair: Nigel Howitt 
10:30 Break 
11:00 Estimands In Practice

Room: Mountbatten 
Decision Making SIG Session

Room: St James
TransCelerate: Accelerate to Innovate, what is in it for statisticians?

Room: Westminster
Safety Topics

Room: Abbey
12:30 Lunch
13:30  Innovative Trial Design

Room: Mountbatten
 Remote Data Monitoring

Room: St James
 Workshop - Impact & Influence Program: Increasing Essential Skills for Statisticians

Room: Westminster
 Analysing
Non-Continuous Data


Room: Abbey
15:00  Changeover
15:15 Data Science & Machine Learning

Room: Mountbatten 
 Benefit Risk SIG Session

Room: St James
 Career Young Statistician Session

Room: Westminster
Implementing composite and principal-strata estimands

Room: Abbey 
16:30  Break & Free Time
17:00  Posters: 1 Minute Previews

Room: Mountbatten
Chair: Paul Terrill
18:00  Poster Session

Room: Cambridge and Windsor
19:00  Free Time
20:00 - 22:00  Networking and Social Evening

Tattershall Castle


Tuesday 4 June

08:00 Registration

QEII Entrance Lobby 

09:00  Keynote Talk - Robert Cuffe

Room: Mountbatten
10:00 Break 
10:30 Early Phase Innovative Trial Design

Room: Mountbatten 
Estimands in Oncology

Room: St James
 Software and Visualisation

Room: Westminster
12:00 Lunch
13:00  PSI Annual General Meeting

Room: Mountbatten
14:00 Looking at the Bigger Picture - Portfolio Decision Making

Room: Mountbatten
 Statistical Issues in Drug Safety Labelling

Room: St James
 Web interactive applications for model-based dose-finding designs

Room: Westminster
15:30  Break
16:00 Adaptive Design

Room: Mountbatten 
 AIMS SIG Session

Room: St James
Industry Best Practice

Room: Westminster
17:30  Break & Free Time
19:00 Welcome Drinks Reception

QEII Centre
 19:45 - 00:00 PSI Conference Gala Dinner

Room: Mountbatten 


Wednesday 5 June

09:00 Registration

QEII Entrance Lobby 

10:00 PSI/RSS Prize Winner Session

Room: Mountbatten
Patient Reported Outcomes

Room: St James
Future Trends

Room: Westminster
11:00 Changeover
11:15 Subgroup SIG Session

Room: Mountbatten
 
Bayesian Studies

Room: St James
BRAINS: B-R Assessment to Inform Non-Inferiority and Superiority study design

Room: Westminster
12:30  Lunch
13:15 Regulatory & HTA Townhall

Room: Mountbatten
 14:45 - 15:00 Closing Remarks
Lucy Rowell


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