A while ago I got involved in a project led by Anna-Carolina Haensch and Bernd Weiß investigating multiple imputation methods for baseline covariates in discrete time survival analysis. The work has recently been published open access in the journal Sociological Methods & Research. The paper investigates a variety of different multiple imputation approaches. My main contribution was the extension of the substantive model compatible fully conditional specification (smcfcs) approach for multiple imputation to the discrete time survival model setting, and extending the functionality of the smcfcs package in R to incorporate this. In this short post I’ll give a quick demonstration of this functionality.