Why research in statistics and health economics is so cool
Hello folks, I hope you had some break time during summer as surely I did! After a whole year of stress and work it was nice to have some vacation period and to clear my mind for a while.
Hello everyone, here we are again with my monthly blog update. Today I would like to continue my initial discussion about Item Response Models (IRMs) which I introduced in one of my previous posts a couple of months ago.
Hello folks, I am back with my usual update and today I have some good news to report! Last month I went to the annual lolaHESG 2023 conference meeting here in the Netherlands which, this year, was organised by the Erasmus Centre for Health Economics Rotterdam in the beautiful sea town of Egmond aan Zee in North Holland.
Good day folks, today I would like to make a digression from the usual health economics’ topic addressed on this blog and talk about something different that I have recently taken an interest in.
Hello guys, I hope everything is well with you and that you had some nice Easter break (at least I did). Personally, I really needed this break as I was quite tired and without energy due to the heavy workload in the past months.
Hello folks, as per usual I would like to try to update my blog regularly with some new posts and talk about the stuff I like. Today is the day of one of my most beloved topics, yeah we talk about missing data.
Hello everybody and welcome to my second post of the year. I try to be as consistent as possible with these monthly updates as I would like to keep my blog alive and hopefully post something interesting for somebody involved in data analysis tasks.
Hello folks and happy new year! It feels like a million years since last time I posted here but it is in fact only a month (I really try to keep it constant despite all things happening!
Hello everybody, I just wanted to take a break from the current series of posts about doing HTA in R and talk a bit about some interesting news related to the international HTA community and events.
Hi everybody, as per usual I am here posting (again!) to continue the thread about cost-effectiveness analysis. Last time we discussed the importance of modelling CEA data at the longitudinal level when some missingness occurs in the outcome variables, i.