Event-history analysis, fall 2015
Weeks 36-39; Tuesday and Thursday 9-11 in room C129 and 11-13 in Computer class C128.
Discussion articles and home assignments
Day 1 (Tuesday, September 1)
Day 2 (Thursday, September 3)
Day 3 (Tuesday, September 8)
- Lecture 4: Survival likelihood and parametric survival distributions
- Lecture 5: Survival regression models I
- Lecture 6: Data exploration and model checking
- Practical 3:
Day 4 (Thursday, September 10)
- Practical 4: Survival regression models in R (see Practical 3)
- Guest lecture: Data augmentation in continuous-time SIR model (Lecture room. CK107, time: 14:00 to 15:30)
Day 5 (Tuesday, September 15)
- Lecture 7: Survival regression models II (toy example)
- Discussion article 1 (sections 2,3, 4)
- Discussion article 2 (sections 1, 2)
- Practical 5: Competing risks as a multi-state model (answers)
Day 6 (Thursday, September 17)
- Lecture 9: Event history models II
- Discussion article 1 (section 5)
- Practical 6: Survival regression models in R (see Practical 3, melanoma.R)
Day 7 (Tuesday, September 22)
- Lecture 10: Sampling patterns
- Discussion article 1 (section 7)
- Discussion article 3 (section 2, 3)
- Practical 7: Illness-death model and left-censored data (answers)
Day 8 (Thursday, September 24)
- Discussion article 4
- Example: Modelling complex outbreak using a multi-state model
- Lecture 11: Incidence and prevalence: Health-Illness model revisited
- Practical 8:
Odd O. Aalen, Ørnulf Borgan, Håkon K. Gjessing. Survival and event history analysis. A process point of view. 2008, Springer.
- Göran Broström. Event History Analysis with R. 2012, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group
- Clayton D and Hills M. Statistical Methods in Epidemiology, 2002, Oxford University Press, New York.
- Kieding, N. Event history analysis.Annu. Rev. Stat. Appl. 2014;. 1:333–60
- Per Kragh Andersen, Steen Z Abildstrom, and Susanne Rosthøj. Competing risks as a multi-state model.Statistical Methods in Medical Research 2002; 11: 203-215.
Keiding, N, Hansen, OKH, Sørensen, DN and Slama, R. The Current Duration Approach to Estimating Time to Pregnancy. Scandinavian J of Stat 2012; 185-204.
Kate Bull and David J. Spiegelhalter. Tutorial in biostatistics survival analysis in observational studies. Statistics in medicine, 1997; 16: 1041-1074
Per Kragh Andersen, Niels Keiding. Multi-state models for event history analysis. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 2002; 11: 91-115..
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