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Latest News 

PSI 2014 Conference, The Tower Hotel, Tower Bridge, London 
Sunday 11 to Wednesday 14 May 2014
Registration for the PSI Annual Conference is now open. The Conference starts on Sunday 11 May 2014 with a half day training course on An Introduction to Health Economics by Professor Steven A. Julious & Dr Nicholas Latimer.
For further information please choose one of the following links:
The Conference Programme is now available, please click here to view. Or for an overview schedule of the conference please click here.

Please do not hesitate to contact if you have any questions.

 PSI ITIT 2014/15 Course - Registration Open 


Application forms now available for download here. Cost of ITIT course is 900 + VAT.

Closing date 30 June 2014.


The Introduction to Industry Training (ITIT) course is an introductory course for statisticians and statistical programmers new to the pharmaceutical industry.  It comprises of six 2-day sessions running from approximately October to July every year.  The course is not intended to teach statistics, rather to give a general overview of the drug development process.  Sessions are typically run on the following topics: Research and Development, Toxicology, Data Management and the Role of a CRO, Clinical Trials, Reimbursement, and Marketing. For more details please contact the ITIT Chairperson, Helen Christie -


New Data Sharing Working Group

Moves towards greater disclosure of data from clinical trials will have a significant impact on the pharmaceutical industry. Disclosure and analysis of these data involve many statistical issues. EFSPI and PSI are pleased to announce the formation of a new data sharing working group. The objectives will be to identify, prioritise, co-ordinate and disseminate information important to data sharing. The working group will be chaired by Uli Burger (Roche) with Sally Hollis (AstraZeneca) supporting as deputy chair.

Anyone wishing to join this EFSPI/PSI data sharing working group should contact Uli Burger (

New to Health Technology Assessments (HTA)? Please read the HTA handbook courtesy of the HTA Special Interest Group

Looking for a new opportunity? Visit our new adverts at recruitment.

Visit PSI on Linked-in. Its a valuable and convenient way of communicating with fellow statisticians and programmers. For more information please click here. Note you must be logged into Linked-in to access this link.


PSI's Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club

See the Journal Club page for more details, and for the latest audio recordings from past events.