Methodology Research Group
Primary Care Methodology Research Group
led by Professor Nick Freemantle and Dr Irene Petersen.
The Methodologists' Group brings together into a common structure those researchers principally
involved in quantitative research methods, including Statisticians, Epidemiologists and Health Economists
(e.g. ‘Methodologists’). This enhances collaborative and cooperative work among these researchers and
provides a rational structure for interaction with the clinically focussed research groups within Primary Care
& Population Health (PCPH), Priment Clinical Trials Unit (PRIMENT) and other relevant groups within UCL and beyond.
Methodology Research News and Events
The latest Methodologists' meeting took place on the 16th April, 2013. The latest bite size materials are below.
Linda Wijlaars articles for the Horizon Scanner 6th March, 2013
- Practical and statistical issues in missing data for longitudinal patient reported outcomes (Statistical Methods in Medical Research)
- A new simple primary care morbidity score predicted mortality and better explains between practice variations than the Charlson index (J of Clin Epi)
- Comparison of treatment effect sizes associated with surrogate and final patient relevant outcomes in randomised controlled trials: meta-epidemiological study (BMJ)
- The Earth is round (p < .05) – Jacob Cohen
Dates of future meetings
Thursday, 13th June, 2013 from 12:00 - 13:30 in Seminar Room 1
Tuesday, 10th September, 2013 from 12:00 - 13:30 in Seminar Room 1
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