Interview with Antoine Regnault Why do companies want to develop new patient-reported outcomes (PRO)?How does the process start when we want to develop a new questionnaire?What are the key areas to look into for understanding the quality of a PRO?What guidelines exist on developing new PROs? In today’s episode, Antoine

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Interview with Jenny Devenport What is medical affairs? Launch and Lifecycle?How has this area evolved over the last 2 decades?What is the current state across the industry in terms of the role of statistics in this space? This is a series of episodes and today’s content is the first episode.

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Interview with Miguel Hernan When there is one topic, which is really hot, it’s causal inference. I’ve got in contact with it about 20 years ago when analysing observational studies and when nobody working on clinical trials would consider it. But now – after the introduction of the estimands framework

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Interview with Nigel Howitt The guest in this episode represents the sponsor of this show – Nigel Howitt – current chair of PSI. After a short introduction of Nigel and his experience with PSI, we will cover the following topics: Never miss an episode of The Effective Statistician Join hundreds of

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Interview with Liane Davey In the modern workplace, conflict has become a difficult topic. After all, conflict is antithetical to teamwork, employee engagement, and a positive company culture. Or is it? “No” is a sign of conflict and many avoid saying it by all means. But… Why is saying no

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Interview with Paolo Eusebi Subgroup analyses in combination with data visualisation is one of the hottest topics I can think about. And it hits us as statisticians during our careers again and again. We need to understand subgroups for efficacy reasons and safety reasons and it’s a common question in

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Interview with Mike Taylor Publishing data is great, but we also want to measure the impact our work has beyond the additional entry in our CVs. During this episode, Mike and I discuss the tools Altmetric and Dimensions. These can help us to understand the reach and influence of clinical

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Interview with Rachel Tham We leverage Real World Evidence in many different areas and there are many different things that can go wrong with this. In today’s episode, Rachel and I will discuss the things that we would like to have known before we started working with RWE so stay

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How do you start your week?Do you just rely on yourself or do you use some tools to organise yourself? I learned a lot of productivity hacks from Michael Hyatt. I’ve listened a lot to his podcasts and I used some of his recommended tools to make my plans work

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Interview with Karrie Liu There’s a lot of community charity work we can all do but there is not a lot of work where we can maximise our impact by using our specific skills as programmers, as statisticians, and as data scientists. Stay tuned as we talk about these helpful

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What kind of leader do you want to be?How will personal leadership principles help you? I learned about the concept of leadership principles from Gary Sullivan and it helped me to better understand what kind of leader I want to be. Join Gary and me while we will talk about

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Interview with Thomas Debray I’ve been working on RWE most of my career and the clinical trial data for a while now. And 20 years ago, we would have never thought about merging them together but there’s a lot of opportunities if we do this. The recent advances in analytical

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