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SAS Clinical Data Integration

Title Level Training Formats
SAS Clinical Data Integration: Essentials
This course is a comprehensive introduction to the SAS Clinical Data Integration solution, which makes full use of the SAS Data Integration Studio application and adds additional functionality related to clinical data integration. This course introduces the essentials for using SAS Data Integration Studio to register source and target tables and to create and manage jobs that transform source tables and load them into target data structures. SAS Clinical Data Integration supplies pre-defined CDISC standard definitions for SDTM and ADaM table structures and content and this course shows how to leverage those standard definitions to create jobs that transform source data from clinical studies to load those SDTM and ADaM standard structures, to validate the structure and content of those data structures based on the standards, and to generate CDISC standard define.xml files describing the SDTM domains and ADaM datasets that are part of clinical submissions.

3 Intermediate Classroom
SAS Clinical Data Integration: Administration and Advanced Topics
This course provides an overview of the functionality of the SAS Clinical Data Integration solution and then focuses on the task of the clinical data standards administrator and the clinical study administrator users of the software that supports the work done by the clinical programmers. Methods used to import, modify, and augment the metadata that describes standard CDISC SDTM and ADaM data structure and content are taught. These are the standards that are used by the clinical programmers to create instances of CDISC standard data structures for clinical studies. Additionally, in support of the goal to facilitate consistency, methods to define a standard organization of study metadata content are shown. Also covered are methods to monitor the status of clinical data integration projects and to promote new domain structures created within clinical projects to customized standards available across the organization.

3 Intermediate Classroom