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Welcome to the PhUSE Wiki


The PhUSE Wiki is an PhUSE/FDA/Industry collaboration to provide a medium to share information specifically relating to clinical trial informatics.


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Currently 6,783 users are helping to Connect, Share, Advance clinical informatics.


All content on this wiki is non-binding. All content expresses opinions of users and not necessarily that of their employer nor PhUSE. See our Disclaimers page

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The Wiki Team are always looking at ways to improve this site. We want to make this user friendly, current and of benefit to PhUSE Members. If you have a question, query or need help, please use this 'Discussion Forum'. A member of the team will do their best to assist and all feedback is welcome. Equally should you wish to be part of the team, contact wendy@phuse.eu



PhUSE Events

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Registration Opens 31st January

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3 SDE's scheduled for March

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Registration opens end of February

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Registration still open


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  • Free attendance to a range of Single Day Events held across US, EU and Asia
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  • Participation in our annual US & EU Connects and the US Computational Science Symposium


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Working Group News


NEW: PhUSE Working Group Charter
Defining the operating guidelines for PhUSE Working Groups members

Over the last few months the projects within the PhUSE Working Groups have been incredibly busy working on their deliverables. We currently have three White Papers out for public review. To view the papers and provide your feedback click here.

The Clinical Trials Data as RDF project have released their White Paper, click here, to view the document.

The Test Data Factory project have now released their final document which looks to create CDISC-compliant test datasets focusing on SDTM, ADaM, and SEND. Click here to view the referenced documents.

The Script Metadata for Sharing project have now published their final White Paper which explores how to use recommended script metadata to increase the accessibility, reusability and automation of scripts. Click here to view the paper.

Define XML 2.0 Stylesheet Recommendations have released their final standard document, to view the files click here.

The Clinical Trials Data Transparency Toolkit project have released their final White Paper which looks to highlight the evolving global landscape of clinical trial transparency and disclosure. Click here to view the paper and the supporting documents.

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.

CS Collaboration Catalog of Deliverables

Working Group Quarterly Newsletters

PhUSE Webinars - Upcoming events and past presentations & recordings



Industry News

GDPR has gone live. Please review PhUSE Privacy Policy

The FDA now has a page dedicated to PhUSE on their Website. It provides an outline how FDA can evaluate and incorporate deliverables into FDA documentation in compliance with GPP

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.



Last revision by Laurenwhite, 01/18/2019