Introduction to Survival Analysis Using Stata

Thu, October 13, 2016 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Event Details


Chuck Huber
Senior Statistician, StataCorp


North Campus Research Complex (NCRC)
Building 10, Room G065



IHPI Data & Methods Hub


 This will be a two-part presentation.

First Hour
This talk will provide an introduction to the concepts of survival analysis and demonstrate how to perform these analyses using Stata. The topics will include time-to-event data, censoring, Kaplan-Meier curves, life tables, Cox proportional hazards regression, time-varying covariates, parametric survival models and accelerated failure time, competing risks models, and multilevel survival models. This will be a relatively non-technical introduction which will focus on the concepts and interpretation of the models.

Second Hour
This will be a more technical introduction which will focus on fitting the models, checking the model assumptions, and interpreting the results. The topics from the first hour will be covered from a technical perspective.

Open to all IHPI members and analysts. 

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