San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Experiences and Methods in Sharing Clinical Trial Data is a one-day symposium for industry leaders designed to address the privacy challenges that come with:
- Implementing the European Medicine’s Agency’s (EMA) policy 0070
- The implications of EMA policy 0043 on protecting patient information
- The ICMJE’s proposal that de-identifying individual patient data (IPD) be shared as a condition of publication in journals
- The desire to leverage data holdings for secondary uses safely and securely
Co-sponsored by Privacy Analytics and IMS Health, this symposium will bring together industry experts and preeminent academics in data privacy and anonymization for a series of presentations and panel discussions. Topics covered will include experiences and learnings from implementing EMA Policy 0070, methods for anonymizing IPD, scaling processes for efficiency and cost effectiveness, legal liability, contemporary standards for anonymizing trial data, de-identification technology, and the pros and cons of in-house versus outsourcing de-identification practices.
If you’re responsible for trial data disclosure, statistics, medical writing, privacy compliance or legal issues, this symposium is not to be missed.
Any questions about the course can be sent to Elizabeth: esauve -at- privacy-analytics -dot- com
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Privacy Analytics enables organizations to unlock the value of their health data for secondary purposes.