Over the past years, the term Clinical Data Science (CDS) has become increasingly relevant in our industry. SCDM released three position papers on The Evolution of Clinical Data Management into Clinical Data Science with the aim to educate and prepare the CDM community for the transition. The path toward CDS is accelerating and the need to take action has never been as critical.
The CDS & Transformation track at the SCDM 2022 Annual Conference features the big CDS idea -evolving from CDM and COVID to focus on what’s next.
Unleash the power of data, not only to contribute to clinical research, but also to improve and protect public health 🤝. Rebecca Kush, President at Catalysis, will chair a panel at displaying COVID-19 as a case study to discuss progress, challenges and opportunities that accelerate learning health cycles.
If you are looking to understand how to go about developing a clinical data science infrastructure, the impact of such a structure on the traditional role or are simply interested in the topic, this session chaired by Luke Gregory, Director, Clinical Systems at ICON, is a must-attend.
Feed your mind during the sessions and your soul during our Sunrise Awakening.
On Tuesday, September 13, we have prepared a yoga session and 5km morning walk or run to get energized for the second day at #SCDM2022.
SCDM has negotiated preferential room rates for your stay in San Antonio at the following hotels:
Rooms are limited, so hurry up and reserve yours now!
Hilton Conference rates available soon