2019 Conference Newsletter

Please find below each edition of the Conference Newsletters.

June Newsletter
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With the 2019 PSI Conference now behind us, we would like to thank everyone involved: speakers, poster presenters, delegates, exhibitors, sponsors and the PSI scientific committee, for contributing to another record breaking conference.

The 2019 PSI Conference had the largest delegate attendance over the three days, and we look forward to increasing this for future years. 

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At this year's conference there will be a workshop focusing on Impact & Influence Program: Increasing Essential Skills for Statisticians.

The session will start off with a motivating presentation to set the scene and give some examples of putting ideas in to practice.
 
The presentations will be followed by a series of interactive parts where you will get to participate.
 
The session last year was really well received and we expect these sessions to be popular.

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April 2019
Registration for the 2019 PSI Conference is still open and group registration discounts are available to companies sending a group of 10 or more full conference delegates. Register now!

In this month's edition you can read about the Regulatory & HTA Townhall as well as the two Pre-Conference Courses taking place on Sunday 2nd June.

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March 2019
With not long to go until the Early Bird Deadline, register now to receive the Early Bird fees and save up to £150! 

In this month's edition you can read about the two Pre-Conference Courses taking place on Sunday 2nd June as well as the session from the AIMS SIG that will give an update on their work using R in the regulatory environment.

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With only two weeks left to submit an abstract for poster presentation, download the application form today to showcase your work at the 2019 PSI Conference!

In this month's edition you can read about three sessions which will focus on Estimands, as well as some of our perfect networking opportunities for you to attend during the 2019 PSI Conference!

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Happy New Year, and with just over four months to go until the 2019 PSI Conference, the countdown is definitely on! 

In this month's edition you can read about the launch of the Scientific Programme, the new 'Student Day' that will be taking place on the Monday at this year's conference, and how you can still submit an abstract for poster presentation. 

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Season's Greetings! Read this month's edition to find out about the Keynote Speakers and how to submit your abstract for poster presentation. And with registration open it's never too early to book your place! 

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Registration is now open! There are two pre-conferences taking place this year and with limited spaces available book early to avoid disappointment, and to take advantage of the early bird registration fees! Read this month's edition to find out more about the Pre-Conference Courses, which will be taking place on Sunday 2nd June 2019. 

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Welcome to the first edition of the 2019 PSI Conference Newsletter! Join us in London on 2 - 5 June 2019 for next year's PSI Conference, taking place at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster.

Abstract submissions are now open, so read this month's issue to find out how you can submit your abstract for either oral or poster presentation.

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