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It is becoming increasingly common that early stage drug candidates have potential applications in several therapy areas. This is especially prevalent where several diseases share a similar etiology. Areas such as immunology, oncology and metabolic disorders can have ailments that are characterized by different physiological involvement but share a similar underlying cause. Numerous medicines currently […]

Missing data are a big concern in any research project; however, despite investigators’ best efforts they are often unavoidable. Missing outcomes have two effects: they reduce precision and power, and they may introduce bias. The statistician can’t do much about the loss of precision, except to make best use of the data that are available; […]

A recently published study by Dyer O has exposed major drawbacks in the fast tracking process of some drugs available to the American patients without any stringent clinical evidence of their benefits. Drugs that receive accelerated approvals from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) often rest on a flawed evidence base, says research that evaluated […]

Health informatics systems are evolving with an aim to revolutionize health and healthcare programs worldwide. However, turning this hope-filled vision into a reality will take enormous effort from thousands of designers, analysts, software engineers, usability specialists, and medical professionals. Albeit challenging, the role of information visualization and visual analytics processes is gaining importance. These algorithms, […]

                Workshop title – “R WE Ready?” – “Real World Evidence” Methods! Organisers – Co-organised by Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI) and ISPOR India-Mumbai Chapter Objectives – To enhance skill set of the professionals of the medical affairs community in area of real world evidence generation to […]

Ethics are the moral principles that distinguish between right and wrong. In research, they differentiate between acceptable and unacceptable behaviours on the part of the researcher. Ethical considerations in research form the basis of adherence for the integrity, reliability and validity of the research findings. Some form of ethical review of human research is prevalent […]