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Topics We Are Looking For The Conference

Topics We Are Looking For The Conference in Fall 2024

This episode provides an in-depth look at what you can expect from the conference, including detailed discussions on how we’re using cutting-edge technology to enhance your experience, the exciting line-up of speakers and topics, and how you can get involved as a presenter or volunteer.

Project Management And Collaborations With Statisticians

In this episode, we dive into the intricacies of project management and collaboration, exploring how effective communication and detailed planning can significantly enhance the synergy between these crucial functions in the clinical research landscape. Tune in to gain valuable insights!

R-Tool For Bayesian Statistics in the Early Phase

Today, I talk with Audrey Yeo from Roche to answer these questions. Fresh from the PSI conference, Audrey, a seasoned statistical software engineer, introduces us to an innovative R package designed for early-phase clinical trials.
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Accreditation to the Statistician – FENstatS

In this episode, I talk with Magnus Pettersson about the FENstatS accreditation process, an initiative by the Federation of European National Statistical Societies. Magnus shares his insights on the significance of accreditation and the rigorous yet rewarding process involved.
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Why And How to Network As A Statistician

Do you ever wonder how networking can boost your career as a statistician? Are you an introvert who finds the idea of networking daunting? In this episode, I explore the essential skill of networking and why it’s crucial for professional success. Despite the challenges many of us face in social settings, networking offers significant benefits … Weiterlesen …
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Managing Hype in Statistics

Today, I’m thrilled to have Kaspar back on the show! We explore these recurring waves of innovation that promise to revolutionize our industry—from data mining and big data to real-world evidence and, most recently, AI and machine learning. These trends often come with high expectations, pressuring us to validate our value amid the hype.

Navigating New Teams: Building Trust and Avoiding Pitfalls

In this episode, I tackle an important question:How can you effectively integrate into a new team? Drawing from my own experiences and recent discussions in the Effective Statistician Leadership Program, I explore common pitfalls and strategies for new team members. Have you ever wondered why it’s crucial to build trust and understand team dynamics before … Weiterlesen …
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The Current State Of EU HTA: Large Challenges Ahead!

This episode provides crucial insights into the evolving landscape of EU Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and the significant challenges ahead. Stefan Walzer’s expertise sheds light on the pressures on pricing, clinical requirements, and the upcoming European Joint Clinical Assessment (JCA).
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Take Control of The Perceptions Others Get From You Online!

Today, I want to talk about something crucial—your digital footprint. And no, I’m not talking about your carbon footprint. I’m talking about how you are perceived on various digital platforms like Google, LinkedIn, and other social media.
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The FAIRification Of Research In Real-World Evidence: A Practical Introduction To Reproducible Analytic Workflows Using Git And R

In this episode, we explore the practicalities of creating reproducible analytic workflows using Git and R with our special guest, Janick Weberpals. As an instructor in medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Janick shares his journey from pharmacist and epidemiologist to an expert in real-world data analytics and methodology.
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