Dear Berlin-area Epidemiological Methods Enthusiasts,
You are invited to our next BEMC Talk on Wednesday, November 7th.
BEMC Talk: Wednesday, November 7th, 2018 @ 4pm
“Multi state modelling in chronic diseases” – Dr. Ralph Brinks, Düsseldorf
- If you haven’t already done so, please register in advance: https://goo.gl/forms/sfxMmTOg51egpMeh2
- Description: “Multi-state models are a useful extension of the epidemiologist’s toolbox. The classical illness-death model gains fundamental insights about relations between the prevalence and incidence of a chronic disease – insights beyond the folkloristic ‘prevalence odds equals incidence times duration’. A variety of applications is presented, e.g. diabetes and rheumatic diseases in the study of dementia. With a simple extension, the illness-death model is helpful in studying diseases with a prolonged state of undiagnosed disease such as hypertension or cancer.”
- Location: Seminar room of the Neurology Clinic; Bonhoefferweg 3 entrance, 3rd floor, Charité – Campus Mitte
Upcoming Berlin Epi Events:
- Nov 14th @ 4pm – BEMC JClub – Paper posted online
- December 5th – BEMC Talk – “This talk has to title” – Professor James Robins, Boston (location: Virchow-Saal, Philippstr. 12, Charite Campus Mitte)
- Dec 19th @ 4pm – BEMC JClub Cancelled.
- January – Winter Break, no BEMC
- February 6th – BEMC Talk – “Time-related biases and the use of propensity scores to address those” – Professor Lars Andersen, Copenhagen
Interested in other Institute of Public Health events? Visit our calendar to check out upcoming conferences & short courses!
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