Since April 2015, I teach a short course on joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data. This course (or versions of it) have been (or will be) taught at the following places:
- Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology, 11th - 16th June 2018: Registration details here
- Maastrict University (March 2018) - download material
- Chinese University of Hong Kong (March 2016)
- Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology (June 2016)
- University of Leicester (April 2015, April 2016)
All lecture slides form the two-day version of the course taught in Leicester are freely available here. Lectures cover the following topics:
- Lecture 1: Introduction
- Lecture 2: Survival and longitudinal analysis
- Lecture 3: Survival analysis with time-varying covariates and two-stage models
- Lecture 4: Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data
- Lecture 5: Alternative association structures and predictions
- Lecture 6: Further topics
Practicals are conducted in Stata, making use of the
stjm command, which I developed as part of my PhD. All practicals can be downloaded here.
The course evaluation form can be downloaded here.