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Join PSI Membership 

Please click here to complete the online membership application form.

All membership applications will be agreed by the PSI Board of Directors.

Costs and benefits for membership per annum are as follows (January 2017 onwards):

Type

Membership Categories

2017
Fee

Mailshots

SPIN

Journal*

Voting rights

Reduced event fees, access to website

Voting

Ordinary

£95

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 

Honorary

£nil

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Non - voting

Affiliate

£95

Y

Y

N

N

Y

Reduced Rate

£40

Y

Y

N

N

Y

 

* Electronic access only

 All PSI members will also benefit from:

  • News of upcoming Journal Clubs where authors of the most widely read articles in the journal
  • A quarterly newsletter (SPIN) with news and information about the Society and its members as well as eNews delivered direct to your inbox every 2 weeks
  • A programme of whole-day scientific meetings focusing on the latest views and perspectives on key topics
  • A programme of training courses that will be of interest no matter what your experience level – newcomer or established
  • Three-day Annual Conference providing a forum for the discussion of the application of statistics and programming, emerging methodologies and best practice, new technical developments and progress with standards, and a host of other topics that statisticians and statistical programmers need to keep abreast of.
  • Access to the members-only area of this web site, including online discussion forums, event booking, a Resource Archive and the membership database.

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  • Expert Working Group on Confidentiality of Interim Results - Dates: 11 May, 2017

    The PSI/EFSPI expert working group on Confidentiality of Interim Results are planning to meet face to face on 11 May.
  • Estimating Sample Sizes in Clinical Trials - Dates: 28 – 29 Jun, 2017

    The three most important aspects of a clinical trial are: design, design and design. A sample size estimate is just one aspect of a clinical study design. The course describes calculations for sample size estimation in the design of clinical trials. It will be highlighted how the objectives of a clinical trial will impact on sample size calculations. The course is a practical course and all methods will be illustrated with examples and case studies.
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Director, Statistics

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Associate Director, Statistics Team leader - Early Clinical Development

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Early Clinical Development – various levels

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Biostatistics Head of Department

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Principal Statistician – Centralised Statistical Monitoring

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Clinical Trial Design Methodology Expert - Statistical Innovation Team

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