Transparency in data analyses webinar


Part 2 of 3 of the Data transparency webinar series

This 3 part webinar series discussed the challenges at all stages of the data lifecycle, from study inception to data archive/disposal, and demonstrated strategies to manage and document data integrity based on the ALCOA+ attributes and FAIR principles.

WEBINAR 2 – Transparency in data analyses was held on 14 September 2022

This session focuses on how to robustly and transparently plan, conduct and report statistical analyses. In this presentation, Laurent Billot explained how to develop a detailed pre-specified statistical analysis plan, adequately perform and validate analyses while remaining blinded to the data and transparently report the results.


Laurent Billot is Director of the Biostatistics and Data Science Division at the George Institute for Global Health and Professor within the Faculty of Medicine at UNSW Sydney. He has over 20 years of experience in clinical research and is recognised internationally for his leading role in the design and analysis of large-scale randomised clinical trials in critical care, cardiovascular, neurological and musculoskeletal diseases. His research focuses on biostatistics and its application to the design and analysis of clinical trials.

Find out more about Webinar 1: Effective strategies to manage data integrity risks

Find out more about Webinar 3: The Data Lifecycle: Ethical use of data

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