SMS scnews item created by Andrew Mathas at Thu 23 May 2013 1336
Type: Seminar
Distribution: World
Expiry: 31 May 2013
Calendar1: 31 May 2013 1400-1500
CalLoc1: AGR Carslaw 829
CalTitle1: AGR Seminar: Secondary analysis of nested case-control data: methods and practical implications
Auth: mathas@pmathas.pc (assumed)

AGR Seminar

Secondary analysis of nested case-control data: methods and practical implications

Dr Agus Salim (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, La Trobe University)

Host venue
La Trobe University

Abstract
Many epidemiological studies use a nested case-control (NCC) design to reduce cost while maintaining study power. However, since the sampling was conditional on the primary outcome and matching variables, re-using nested case-control data to analyse a secondary outcome is not straightforward. Recently, several authors have proposed methods that can be used to analyse secondary outcome. I will discuss the currently available methods and further propose a maximum likelihood method that where the likelihood contribution is derived by respecting the original sampling procedure with respect to the primary outcome. Using simulation study and real dataset from a Swedish cohort, we compare the performance of the different methods and assess practical implications of re-using nested case-control data in terms of statistical efficiency.

Seminar convenor
Dr Andriy Olenko

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