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PhUSE & HL7 MOU October 2018
FDAs Website now has a page referencing PhUSE and their deliverables which can be found here
Here's the link to the latest version of the Technical Conformance Guide (TCG) which has been updated by the FDA October 2018
PhUSE / CDISC MOU has now been agreed and signed by both parties. Here's the current version.
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Working Group News
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.
The Clinical Trials Data as RDF and Script Metadata for Sharing projects have released their White papers for public review. To view the papers and provide your feedback click here.
A NEW Nonclinical project has just been approved and the leads are looking for volunteers to join the project. Understanding RDF Linked Data for Potential Nonclinical Use are looking to to bring together deep knowledge of SEND and RDF/linked data and broaden the base of people in the SEND community with understanding the concept of RDF/linked data to facilitate a qualified discussion.
Calling all volunteers. Are you interested in joining one of the new projects recently approved by the CS Steering Committee?. This link will take you to an overview of the latest projects looking for members.
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Last revision by Laurenwhite, 11/16/2018