Today I gave a seminar at the Centre for Biostatistics, University of Manchester, as part of a three seminar afternoon on missing data. My talk described recent work on methods for handling missing covariates in competing risks analysis, with a focus on when complete case analysis is valid and on multiple imputation approaches. For the latter, our substantive model compatible adaptation of fully conditional specification now supports competing risks analysis, both in R and Stata (see here).
The slides of my talk are available here.
Update 13th May 2016: the corresponding paper is now available (open access) here, and the supplementary materials for the paper are here.
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Hi, I’ve read your paper on SMC-FCS in competing risks (https://academic.oup.com/biostatistics/article/17/4/751/2800456?searchresult=1), but the supplementary materials are not in that page, where can i find them? Thank you
Yes sorry about this (it is a problem with the journal that somehow cannot be fixed). The supplementary materials can be downloaded here.