DUBLIN, May 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/djwws8/veterinary) has announced the addition of the "Veterinary Statistics - A Practical Training Course (London)" conference to their offering.
Veterinary Statistics - A Practical Training Course will take place on 08-09 July 2014 at The Rembrandt Hotel, London
BENEFITS IN ATTENDING
- Learn the key principles for good statistical design
- Compare clinical data sets
- Know how much data you should collect
- Understand statistical principles and the EMEA/CVMP Guideline
- Clarify the Bioequivalence Guideline
- Consolidate your understanding with case studies
- Discuss residue guidelines
- Hear the new developments
- Take part in workshop session
Statistical principles are widely used to underpin claims for efficacy and safety for a large number of animal health and veterinary products. In recent years these principles have been embodied in EMEA/ CVMP guidelines, and they are used for the development of both pharmaceutical and biological products.
The overall goal of this workshop is to give non-statistical attendees an appreciation and understanding of the key statistical methods for designing, implementing and analysing clinical trials. This is achieved by introducing the underlying statistical principles and software approaches, followed by discussions on their application and relevance to regulatory guidelines.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This seminar is intended for members of the animal health and veterinary pharmaceutical industry who have to deal with the collection, analysis and evaluation of scientific data. In particular, it should be of value to trial monitors, trial investigators, animal health scientists, auditors and clinical researchers.
ATTENDANCE LIMITED, EARLY REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED
This limitation, a unique feature of all this publishers seminars, will give participants the opportunity for a thorough discussion of the complex issues to be covered by the programme.
Key Topics Covered:
Welcome and Introduction
Key Principles for Good Statistical Design
Comparing Clinical Data Sets
How Much Data Should You Collect?
Statistical Principles - EMEA/CVMP
Case Study and Consolidation
Brief Discussion on Residue Guidelines
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