DSRU 9th Biennial Conference on Signal Detection

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DSRU 9th Biennial Conference on Signal Detection
Date June 06-08, 2017
Place London, UK

Since its inception in 2001, the DSRU Biennial Conference on Signal Detection[1] has established itself as one of the largest and most important meetings in the pharmacovigilance calendar. The conference delivers the best available knowledge and new developments, featuring internationally renowned experts in signal detection and pharmacovigilance and has built up a loyal following. Highlights this year include an overview of the EudraVigilance Data Analysis System (EVDAS), practical tips on achieving signal detection in big and small pharma, the effects of periodicity and resignalling, an update on WEB-RADR, a rapid fire session entitled “My discovery in signal detection” and much more.

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Our biennial Signal Detection Conferences have built up a loyal following in the pharmacovigilance community since the first conference in 2001. It was a pleasure to see many familiar faces at last week’s 9th Signal Detection Conference, as well as to welcome many newcomers. The majority of delegates attended the pre-conference tutorial day, which had been redesigned to bring beginners right up to speed by start of the main conference. The first day of the main conference concentrated on true signal detection, starting with a thorough update from the EMA’s Aniello Santoro including GVP Module IX and the EudraVigilance Data Analysis System. A panel discussion on the final findings of the IMI PROTECT project included analysis of the delegates’ awareness and implementation of the PROTECT recommendations. Day 2 of the main conference was mainly concerned with signal refinement and began with a useful presentation on triage from the MHRA’s Sarah Vaughan and also included a talk from Harvard’s Shirley Wang on TreeScan plus propensity score methods for signal detection. An entertaining Rapid Fire session showcased some lesser known aspects of signal detection.[2]

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  1. http://www.dsru.org/courses/course-calendar/course/signal-detection-conference/
  2. http://www.dsru.org/news/dsrus-9th-signal-detection-conference-great-success/

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