Course: Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data

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, 10th - 15th June 2019: Registration details here
  • Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology, 11th - 16th June 2018
  • 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, and the merlin commmand (many more details on merlin can be found here). All practicals can be downloaded here.

The course evaluation form can be downloaded here.

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