We are excited to announce that the Scientific Programme for the 2021 online PSI Conference is now available!

With three plenary sessions and twenty seven parallel sessions across three full days, there is plenty of room to cover a wide variety of stimulating and informative topics. (There will also be ‘bonus’ material in the form of additional on-demand videos and posters, only accessible from within the conference platform).
Registration for the conference is now open
Please click below for further information and to access the registration portal.
Sponsorship opportunities are available that include complimentary delegate passes. Such passes will be issued separately. If your organisation is a sponsor of the conference (or plans to sponsor the conference) please check with your colleagues to see if you have access to a complimentary place before registering on the conference portal. Details on conference sponsorship opportunities can be found here.
Why should you register for the PSI Conference 2021?
  • Convenience and Accessibility
  • Regain focus and be inspired 
  • Cost Effective
  • Find new solutions 
  • Network at interactive sessions 
  • Access content after the conference
  • Learn beyond your field 
  • Catch up with old friends and new
Still not sure? Check out this article for even more benefits of attending!
How to get the most out of a virtual conference...
As the pandemic continues to affect the community’s ability to meet in-person, virtual conferences adapt and develop to create space for companies. Join us while we talk about the different new tools available to improve the virtual conference experience.
As with previous PSI conferences the conference will end on Wednesday with a session organised by the Regulatory SIG. This is always one not to be missed.
Julia Saperia
Changes in drug regulation in the UK following BREXIT
The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union has brought challenges to the regulation of medicines in the UK. With those challenges, however, also come opportunities. In this talk, we aim to give an overview of the regulatory pathways available in the UK and how the statistical community can play its part. There will also be some political geography -- you have been warned!
Chrissie Fletcher
Innovation in Clinical Trials Supporting Evidence Generation Strategies
Within the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) a Complex Clinical Trials working group have recently developed a white paper and landscape review on complex clinical trials. Key challenges and recommendations relating to complex clinical trials learned from recent case studies will be shared including a summary of the ongoing and planned activities to develop solutions addressing key challenges and identify emerging best practices aligned with key stakeholders (Industry, regulators, HTA agencies, ethic committees, and patient advocacy groups).
Olga Kholmanskikh
Regulatory considerations of the CTFG for the initiation and conduct of complex clinical trials
The Clinical Trials Facilitation and Coordination Group (CTFG) was established by Heads of Medicines Agencies in 2004 as a working group to implement the EU clinical trials directive 2001/20 EC across the Member States. The role and responsibilities of the CTFG as regulatory network for clinical trials in Europe will be presented. Recent initiatives and interactions with stakeholders to support the initiation and conduct of complex/innovative clinical trials will be emphasized.
SPOTLIGHT ON: Time for a laugh!
It wouldn’t be a PSI conference without having some fun as well! The PSI are delighted to announce that on the Tuesday evening at 6 o’clock we will have a live performance by STEVE ROYLE, who came third place in the 2020 Britain's Got Talent final.

Steve’s show is for all PSI conference attendees and will be family friendly so please feel free to invite your children, parents, grandparents, cats, dogs and any other living thing in your house to come along and watch!
Missed Steve’s performances on Britain’s Got Talent? You can find them here:
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A message from the Conference Chair...

Two months to go and the excitement is rising now that the conference programme has been released. It may be online but it is still a ‘proper’ PSI conference. In fact, we have extended the third day to include two sessions in the afternoon as being online, there is no time needed to travel home. Time to register!
Paul Terrill
Conference Chair
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