Where is RWE at in Canada & Where is it Going?
In this introductory panelist session of the 2018 Annual Conference, we examine when and where RWE has been used in Canada to date, and what the future looks like for collecting, analyzing and interpreting real world data. The panelists focus on examples from their perspective and experience, that will demonstrate the opportunities and limitations/stumbling blocks of the implementation of RWE in this country, with an emphasis on where we are going.
The Canadian Association for Population / Association Canadienne pour la Thérapeutiques des Populations (CAPT-ACTP) is a not-for-profit membership-based organization comprised of scientists and researchers, government, industry and consulting, academia and the patient community. Canadian research spans and reflects our diverse membership base and includes epidemiology, economics and policy decision-making across a number of disease strands and unique stakeholder interests.
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Looking forward to joining for part two of @CIHR_IRSC #eHealth webinar series next week!
Join a webinar series featuring projects from CIHR’s eHealth Innovations Partnership Program (eHIPP) on Monday, January 13, 2020 @ 1-2 p.m. EST. To reserve your space, register here: http://ow.ly/sJPu50xOnei
Great opportunity to provide input and feedback during the consultation period for @CanREValue Collaboration Policy Working Groups Interim Report 2019 before closing date of January 31st
Our Policy report is now available and open for feedback - see https://cc-arcc.ca/canrevalue-policy-report-feedback/ for details. We would love to hear your thoughts!