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Thu, 25 Jun 2020 19:31:48 +0200
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A new version of the UKPDS diabetes Outcomes Model is now available.
We are holding a virtual launch event on Monday 6th July 2020 from 14:00 to 15.15 UK time (British Summer Time) (13:00-14:15 GMT). This live webinar will be presented by the researchers from Oxford University leading and developing the UKPDS Outcomes Model and will include: 
•	An introduction to the model and the latest model features
•	A demonstration of the UKPDS Outcomes Model version 2.1
•	Hints and tips on how to get the most out of the model
•	A live question and answer session 
•	Information on future model developments and the opportunity to tell us what features you would most like included in future model versions.
Please register for the webinar at The webinar is free and open to all.
The UKPDS Outcomes Model version 2.1 includes the following new features:
•	Compare up to 25 treatment groups simultaneously
•	Major speed improvements 
•	Functionality to tailor output to only the outcomes you need to speed up the model
•	New outputs showing convergence and user-defined composite outcomes
•	Improved multi-processing for computers with up to 124 processors
•	Optimises disk space for larger datasets
•	Outputs bootstrap results for each patient. This feature facilitates subgroup analysis, adjustment for baseline covariates and combining different types of uncertainty
More information on the UKPDS-OM version 2.1, is available at:   
Non-commercial users can download a copy of the latest version of the Outcomes Model from the Oxford University Innovation Software Store: 
For commercial users, please contact Dr James Groves from Oxford University Innovation ([log in para visualizar]).