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Journal Club

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PSI Journal Club: Missing Data
Thursday 24 January 2019, 4pm (GMT), 8am (PT), 11am (EST)
 

Our next journal club features two papers on the topic of Missing Data.

Please join us to hear Craig Mallinckrodt and Brooke Rabe and  present their recent work:

Chair: Dr Tim Morris (UCL)

SPEAKER: Brooke Rabe (University of Arizona)

Missing data handling in non‐inferiority and equivalence trials: A systematic review

Pharmaceutical Statistics, Volume 17, Issue 5, September/October 2018 Pages 477-488

SPEAKER: Craig Mallinckrodt (Biogen)

Choosing estimands in clinical trials with missing data

Pharmaceutical Statistics, Volume 16, Issue1 (Special Issue: Estimands), January/February 2017 Pages 29-36


Please click here to view the flyer.

The event will be held on Thursday 24 January 2019 at 4pm (GMT), 9am (PDT), 11am (EST), just block out the date and time in your calendar.  

Dial-in details

To join the webinar, please click here.

 


What is PSI's Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club?

PSI's Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club is a free-to-attend virtual meeting which takes place quarterly. PSI members and non-members alike are welcome to join the meetings. Journal Club meetings feature papers from PSI's official journal Pharmaceutical Statistics which is published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. The authors of two papers are invited to present their work and each presentation is followed by a discussion.

The full version of the papers being presented at each meeting are freely available to all for a period around the Journal Club meeting date. The details of upcoming meetings will always be available on this page.


 
Past Journal Club Meetings

Journal Club meetings are recorded and made available via psiweb.org. Individual presentations and the audio recordings can be accessed from psiweb.org shortly after the event. 

Click here for details of all previous meetings.

How does PSI's Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club work?

  • Journal Club meetings are held quarterly and last 1½ hours.
  • Two papers will be selected from Pharmaceutical Statistics and authors will be invited to present their papers (20 mins) followed by discussion (25 mins) for each paper.
  • Attendees dial into an interactive web facility or through a TC, to follow along with the speaker.
  • Papers and slides will be available to download beforehand from this page. 
  • These TCs are open to both PSI & non-PSI members. Please register and block out the date and time in your calendar.
  • Audio recordings will be available shortly after the TCs to download should you wish to catch up on the event or just listen again.

Further information

For further information or to provide feedback on PSI's Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club, please contact journalclub@psiweb.org.

Further details on Wiley, sponsor of PSI's PST Journal Clubs can be found at www.wiley.com. For details of other PSI Events please visit the events page, or for information on joining PSI please click here.

 
 
 
 

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