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  • proper n. Acronym of Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium.

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  • ยท Understanding of clinical data standards such as CDISC

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  • A clear strategy should include looking beyond the initial cost and time of implementation and should consider interfaces to other applications, commitment to industry standard data definitions and structures such as CDISC or HL7 (The Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium and Health Level 7 are data and information standards widely used in the pharmaceutical industry).

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  • Just like Microsoft's clinical submissions worksheets convert things to CDISC under the hood not sure if this is happening yet, but that's the plan

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  • CDISC, in their future submissions for drug approvals.

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  • CDISC standards are vendor-neutral, platform-independent, and freely available via the CDISC website.

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  • Consortium (CDISC) is a global, multidisciplinary, non-profit organization that has established standards to support the acquisition, exchange, submission, and archive of clinical research data and metadata.

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  • Knowledge in CDISC standards, especially SDTM, ADaM, Terminology is a plus

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  • The successful candidate will be educated to a Bsc/Msc level in statistics (or numerate discipline) with proven CRO/Pharmaceutical experience in writing programs using SAS and CDISC.

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  • Are you an experienced SAS Programmer with CDISC experience?

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  • Programmers with a solid background of CDISC to join their established statistical department.

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