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Interview with Christopher Bergh Do you feel you’re working like a firefighter? Do you have the perception, you’re solving the same problems over and over? Do you worry about ever changing requests from your business partners? Then you are not alone – not even alone in the pharma world. In

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One of my favourite leadership podcasts run by Olaf Kapinski – unfortunately in German – had a great episode recently, click this for Leben-Führen’s podcast. Today, we’re reflecting on the 5 behaviours Olaf mentioned and add a great 6th one, which is very relevant as well. The 6 behaviours we’re

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Interview with Andy Grieve Do you want to have a bigger impact?Would you like to play a bigger role?Did you have a moment in your career, where you thought you as a statistician felt being put in a box or labeled in such a way that limits your influence? Today’s

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Only specialized statisticians discussed indirect comparisons in the past but over the years the topic developed into something, every statistician should know about. In this episode, Benjamin and I talk about the important reasons for using indirect comparison (IC). We specifically address the following points: Never miss an episode of

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During this episode, we review some highlights from this year. It’ll help you remember a couple of lessons learned or inspire you to listen to some episodes (again). We talk about: Never miss an episode of The Effective Statistician Join hundreds of your peers and subscribe to get our latest

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Application process and interview tips Hopefully you’ve now listened to all other episodes in this podcast series (we recommend you do if not!) and are convinced that a career as a medical statistician is the right choice for you. This final episode aims to prepare you for the interview process.

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I once reviewed tables for a randomized study and noticed several comments about testing the baseline characteristics. The commenters were arguing which test would be best to test for the differences between the 2 randomized groups at baseline. This made me first angry about the wasted time and then curious

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Interview with Trevor Smart What’s interesting about the early phase?What are the typical decisions for phase II?Speaking about a new indication, how are decisions being taken across the industry?How should we think about phase II studies in this setting?What statistical approaches do we have to formulate this thinking? In this

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So, you want to be a statistician in the pharmaceutical industry? You want to drive drug research and development, but you are wondering what employers look for in the perfect candidate?  You are in luck – PSI CALC are here to share their top tips on how to be the ideal

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Batch processing and scheduling tasks to fight procrastination Do you know how to make a good to-do list?Do you know how to set priorities versus the time it takes?Do you have a problem with over-committing? One of the most effective skills you can have in life is effective time management.

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Do you want to have fun at work?Do you want to experience satisfaction?Do you want to get things done at work? Getting into flow is about these things. Today, we will speak about a research on how to get into the flow and reach your peak performance. This is awesome

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Are you interested in pursuing a career in medical statistics but not sure what to do next? You may be studying at university thinking about your future employment, or simply considering a career change. Listen now for our practical next steps! In this episode, learn about: Never miss an episode

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