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Flying through PhUSE with Linked Data, FHIR, & Biomedical Concepts
This year’s EU PhUSE Connect event in Frankfurt was entitled, Future Forward. And it seems as if there has been a significant shift towards the use of linked data within our community.
CDISC Standards: Avoiding the Square Wheel
CDISC Standards and avoiding the pitfalls of technical debt are the fascinating topic of discussion in this Blog post by Dave Iberson-Hurst, CTO
SDTM Mapping in a Linked Data World
It can be a tricky communication task to convey the linked graph data approach for handling SDTM data, to an audience used to making SDTM in a table-based approach.
A Chance to Change – Reflections on CDISC and PhUSE
Dave Iberson-Hurst reflects on the events of the past months. Over the last month or so, I have attended both the CDISC European Interchange in Berlin and the PhUSE Inaugural US Connect Conference in North Carolina. At both events, I have had quite a few chats and...
Removing Silos: Leveraging CDISC Standards
Data silos challenges study setup & implementing CDISC Standards - The Glandon Suite offers the solution Setting up a new study presents users of the CDISC standards with a number of challenges including study build, managing the transformations needed to get from...
On Fire at the CDISC Interchange
A3 Informatics stepped out at the CDISC European Interchange in Berlin for the first time, at the end of April and it proved to be a very busy and successful event. Both Dave Iberson-Hurst and Johannes Ulander were presenting and you can read more and download their...
Linked Data and Graph Databases: Driving Data Quality
Johannes Ulander: Towards Better Data At the end of November 17, Johannes Ulander presented at the PhUSE single day event in Beerse. His presentation, ‘Towards Better Data’ considered linked data and graph data bases and the impact this has on the quality of the data....
Understanding Biomedical Concepts
CDISC standardisation starts when you write a protocol and you decide how your CRF should look. The current way of working makes data collection and processing in a CDISC standardised way very inefficient and resource demanding.
A3 Informatics, Linked Data and PhUSE
The New World - Linked Data and PhUSE In Edinburgh in October, A3 Informatics stepped out of the shadows and launched itself into the world. To say the conference was an exciting time for the team is an understatement. With nearly 700 attendees, 125 presentations and...
All the toys, Graphs, FHIR and CDISC | from EHR to SDTM
This post was originally on the Assero Blog on 23/06/2017
Fun and experiments with shiny toys and technology …
It’s Thursday: It must be Copenhagen
The PhUSE Single Day Events are always well worth attending. They have the advantage of being not too far away so travel is minimised.
A Left Side & A Right Side: views of clinical data standards
This post was originally published on the Assero Blog on 19/03/2017
I have long been searching for that one picture, a simple one-pager …