This year’s PSI conference will be face to face again.

I’m really excited for this. This is the best conference for statisticians that you can attend.

If you are working in health care industry, there is no other conference like this. Attend this conference and meet friends and create new social connections! And you submitting a poster for the conference would be best!

Today, I am sharing with you the 10 reasons to submit a poster for the PSI conference:
    1. Give back to the community on your experience
    2. Increase your visibility within your company
    3. Increase your visibility outside your company
    4. Improve your CV
    5. Improve your expert status
    6. Get an additional reason for attending the conference
    7. Get in touch with others at the conference
    8. Get feedback on your work to potentially write a corresponding paper
    9. Get to do the 1-minute pitch for your poster
    10. Improve your communication skills

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