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Virtual Journal Club

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Joint PSI Pharmaceutical Statistics & DIA Statistics Community Virtual Journal Club Meeting on Sample Size Re-Estimation Techniques
Tuesday 29th October 2013
2:30-4:00 PM UK time/10:30-12:00 noon EDT

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Participant Access Code: 641 079 4649

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DIA Chair: Tad Archambault, Principal, Virtu Stat, Ltd.
Speaker: Daniel Wachtlin, Interdisciplinary Centre for Clinical Trials (IZKS), University Medical Centre Mainz
Blinded Sample Size Recalculation in Longitudinal Clinical Trials Using Generalized Estimating Equations
Daniel Wachtlin and Meinhard Kieser (Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science, Vol. 47, Issue 4, pp. 460-467, 2013)

PSI Chair: Byron Jones, NOVARTIS
Speaker: Andrew Hartley, PPD
Adaptive blinded sample size adjustment for comparing two normal means—a mostly Bayesian approach
Andrew M. Hartley (Pharmaceutical Statistics, Vol. 11, Issue 3, pp. 230-240, 2012)

Discussant: Peiling Yang, Statistical Team Leader, Division of Biometrics I, US FDA

For each of these published papers there will be a 25 min presentation by the author followed by a 15 min discussion by the discussant, after which the lines will be opened to the floor for questions.

Access the PSI Journal Article and/or the DIA TIRS Article prior to the presentation by filling out the form below. Complimentary access to these article will be available until November 5th.

Open to PSI and non-PSI members and DIA and non-DIA members – no need to pre-register.

We encourage you fill out the form below to read these papers in advance so you get the most from this event.

Where multiple people are dialing in from the same site, we encourage you to book a meeting room and dial in together.

For further info/feedback, or if you would like to submit a question to the authors in advance of the meeting please contact journalclub@psiweb.org.


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