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Many chronic diseases are characterised by nonfatal recurrent events.  Analysing all of these repeat events within individuals is more representative of disease progression and more accurately estimates the effect of treatment on the true burden of disease.

This talk will:

  • outline the different methods that are available for analysing recurrent event data
  • illustrate and compare various methods of analysing data on repeat hospitalisations
  • consider future directions for recurrent events analysis 

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