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Controlled Terminology Implementation

1/2 Day Course

Language: English

 

CDISC Controlled Terminology is a set of standard value lists that are used throughout the clinical research process from data collection through analysis and submission.

 

This half-day course will cover:

 

  • Brief history of CDISC terminology
  • Primary objectives, guiding principles
  • How terminology is developed and maintained
  • The Implementation Guide
  • Basics of using terminology
  • A discussion of codelist extensibility
  • Accessing controlled terminology
  • Requesting new terms
Prerequisite: None

 

 

Controlled Terminology Implementation Attendee Comments:

 

 

"Content of the course was very good and presented very well.  Liked the additional snippets of information provided, such as Submission experiences etc.  It all helped to create an environment where you felt you were in the same situtation as other companies and that everyone was experiencing similar issues, having similar questions.  It could easily have been a lecture but was nothing of the sort and was informal and interactive."

 

-Controlled Terminology Public Course at International Interchange on 11 Oct 2011