The course presents the latest methodologic developments for the design and analysis of longitudinal studies.
Specifically, the Causal Inference course at Erasmus University Rotterdam will introduce the three g-methods (inverse probability weighting of marginal structural models; parametric g-formula; and g-estimation of structural nested models) in the setting of time-fixed treatments, and demonstrate inverse probability weighting for addressing causal questions regarding static and dynamic treatment strategies.
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The course is intended for health researchers or other data scientists who will use observational studies to estimate causal effects as part of their current or future professional career. Examples include: epidemiologists, (bio-)statisticians, and other clinical or public health researchers.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
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