That is the title of a helpful video from Nicholas Lattimer of University of Sheffield. You can view all his videos here.
In many clinical trials, the outcome of interest may be some form of time to event outcome. This could be time until death, time until hospitalization, or time until some other (typically negative) health event. One simple way to model this is to use a… Read More »Can I use a Cox proportional hazard model to treatment effect?
How do you measure the value value of new treatments that improve survival? Clearly one of the key factors for doing so is understanding how much each treatment can improve survival relative to the status quo. In practice, however, estimating this quantity is challenging in… Read More »Estimating survival gains based on clinical trial data