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263 * ! Tue, 8/4/2020, 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM Virtual
Addressing Incomplete Data in Public Health Studies: New Frontiers for Network-Based Studies and Meta-Analyses — Topic Contributed Papers
ENAR, American Public Health Association, National Institute on Drug Abuse-NIH
Organizer(s): Ashley Buchanan, University of Rhode Island
Chair(s): Natallia Katenka, University of Rhode Island
1:05 PM Bayesian Modeling and Inference for Item Response Model with Nonignorable Missing Data
Jing Wu, University of Rhode Island; Ming-Hui Chen, UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT; Zhihua Ma, Shenzhen University; Lijiang Geng, University of Connecticut
1:25 PM Accounting for Small-Study Effects Using a Bivariate Trim and Fill Meta-Analysis Procedure
Chongliang Luo, University of Pennsylvania; Yong Chen, University of Pennsylvania
1:45 PM Evaluating the Impact of Missing Data When Assessing Disseminated Effects in Network-Based Studies
Ashley Buchanan, University of Rhode Island; Natallia Katenka, University of Rhode Island; Benjamin Skov, University of Rhode Island; TingFang Lee, University of Rhode Island; M. Elizabeth Halloran, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Samuel Friedman, New York University; Georgios Nikolopoulos, University of Cyprus
2:05 PM Estimation in the Semiparametric Accelerated Failure Time Model with Missing Covariates: Improving Efficiency Through Augmentation
Jon Steingrimsson, Brown University; Robert L Strawderman, University of Rochester
2:25 PM Truncation by Death and the Survival-Adjusted Median: From Missing Data to Useful Summary Measures
Judith Lok, Boston University Department of Mathematics & Statistics; Qingyan Xiang, Boston University
2:45 PM Floor Discussion