First Journal Club audio recordings now available

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Journal Club
The audio recordings of the Society’s first ever Journal Club teleconference, held back in April this year, are now available via the PSI website.
The event, held jointly between PSI Pharmaceutical Statistics and the RSS and sponsored by Wiley and Quintiles, was on topics relating to survival analysis. This session was chaired by James Carpenter of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and featured two authors, Abdus S Wahed of the University of Pittsburgh and Nicola Schmitt of AstraZeneca.
The webcast recordings, along with slides from the presentations, are available to listen to and view here. They are available in WMV, MP4 and MP3 (audio only) formats.
The next Journal Club, featuring authors Galit Shmueli and Ron Kenett, examines the concept of information quality ‘InfoQ’ as ‘the potential of a data set to achieve a specific (scientific or practical) goal by using a given empirical analysis method’. The paper, ‘On information quality’, is currently available to view here. Both authors will talk about the paper, its applications and related work.
PSI, which has been running its journal club for more than three years, is interested in feedback from readers to help determine the direction of future events. Visit to be directed to the survey, which takes around five minutes to complete. The survey closes on 8 June 2013.

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