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Editors-in-Chief: Oliver Keene, Lisa LaVange and Kit Roes
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The Journal Club has now been running for just over 3 years, we want to give you the chance to have your say and to determine the direction of the years events.
This survey provides the opportunity for you to choose what you would like to hear.
Further information is available at the journal club homepage www.psiweb.org/journalclub, or to access the survey directly, visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/K9WT9Q6.
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PSI Conference 2013
This year, the closing session at 11:30 on Wed 15th May celebrates 10 years of Pharmaceutical Statistics.
Pharmaceutical Statistics, PSI’s own journal, has been around for more than 10 years, and during this time, has seen the publication of many important and influential papers. In this session, PSI have picked one such paper (“Assurance in Clinical Trial Design”, by A. O’Hagan, J.W. Stevens and M.J. Campbell, Pharmaceutical Statistics 4, 187-201, 2005) to be presented by one of the authors, in the style of an RSS Ordinary meeting.
Find out more at http://www.psiweb.org
We are delighted to welcome Oliver Keene as one of three Editors-in-Chief of Pharmaceutical Statistics. Oliver studied mathematics at Cambridge University before completing an MSc in statistics at University College, London.