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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 March 2018
PhUSE / CDISC MOU has now been agreed and signed by both parties. Here's the current version.
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Calling for Public Comments: PhUSE Deliverables
Data Reviewers Guide in XML
Define-XML V2.0 Stylesheet Recommendations
Public Comments due by 28th September 2018
Our Data Standards for Non-Interventional Studies project are seeking your input on the challenges you face during creation of the analysis datasets and handling of the data for the observational studies. We would be grateful if you could take the time to answer this two question survey. Survey closes 14th September 2018.
Link to Survey
The Working Groups now have a latest news page! Click here to view updates around the PhUSE working groups, from workshops to white papers, projects news and industry views.
NEW - Blockchain Technology project have kicked off phase 2, this is a follow on from the phase 1 project presented in the white paper to show how a blockchain-powered health wallet could support greater efficiencies across the clinical trial process. The team are now looking to produce an open source proof-of-concept on patient data transactions in clinical trials and are looking for participants to partake in a demo day.
If you're interested in providing a demo, please read this document and complete the survey linked in the file.
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.
PhUSE Standard Operating Procedure on version control for PhUSE deliverables
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