Course

Medidata CSA: End User Training

Prerequisites

Complete both of the following:

Overview

Medidata Centralized Statistical Analytics (CSA) integrates and analyzes data across multiple domains, generating patient-centric reports to allow for quick and easy clinical trial review. The reports are available via a study portal, which leverages trial data to create and display a customized study dashboard, site dashboards, listing tables and interactive visualizations like adverse events and concomitant medications, along with visit dates and time on study drug. The portal also uses our patent-pending statistical algorithms to mine the database and automatically identify data discrepancies, anomalies, outliers, potential misconduct and procedural issues—enabling sponsors to work more effectively and attain faster, safer clinical trial data reviews.

This 2 Day, face to face, practice based, Instructor Led Training Course provides the learner with an in-depth look at the statistical methodology underlying CSA, detailed navigational walkthroughs of the various components of CSA (including role based navigation), and real world examples of how to properly utilize CSA to improve the quality and oversight of your clinical trials.

Maximum Number of Attendees: 20

We recommend a maximum of 15 students to allow the trainer to give time to each student individually.
We can allow a maximum of students 20, however, this is not recommended as the trainer will not have time to be able to answer all questions from each individual student.

Course Type

Instructor-led Classroom

Audience

Biostatisticians, Clinical Operations, Clinical Trial Administrators, Data Managers, Global Trial Managers, Monitors, Site Personnel, Site/User Administrators, Statisticians

Duration

2 days

Languages

English

Product

Edge Central Monitoring

Training Units

2

Certification

Medidata CSA Certified Analyst

Cancellation

Please review the Medidata Academy Training Delivery Cancellation Policy prior to scheduling.

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