Statistics in Medicine "aims to influence practice in medicine and its associated sciences through the publication of papers on statistical and other quantitative methods.
Papers will explain new methods and either demonstrate their application, preferably through a substantive, real, motivating example or a comprehensive evaluation based on an illustrative example. Alternatively, papers will report on case-studies where creative use or technical generalizations of established methodology is directed towards a substantive application. Reviews of, and tutorials on, general topics relevant to the application of statistics to medicine will also be published. The main criteria for publication will be appropriateness of the statistical methods to a particular medical problem and clarity of exposition. Papers with primarily mathematical content will be excluded. The journal aims to enhance communication between statisticians, clinicians and medical researchers." (From publisher's website)
|Publishing Frequency||30 Times Per Year|
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|PubMed Central Submission||Method D|
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Lu, X., I. Nahum-Shani, C. Kasari, K.G. Lynch, D.W. Oslin, W.E. Pelham, G. Fabiano, and Daniel Almirall. 2016. "Comparing dynamic treatment regimes using repeated-measures outcomes: modeling considerations in SMART studies." Statistics in Medicine, 35(10): 1595-615. PMCID: PMC4876020.
Bondarenko, I., and Trivellore Raghunathan. 2016. "Graphical and numerical diagnostic tools to assess suitability of multiple imputations and imputation models." Statistics in Medicine, 35(17): 3007-20.
Gao, Xin, Gregory K. Brown, and Michael R. Elliott. 2014. "Joint modeling compliance and outcome for causal analysis in longitudinal studies." Statistics in Medicine, 33(20): 3453-65. PMCID: PMC3788835.
Almirall, Daniel, Beth Ann Griffin, Daniel F. McCaffrey, Rajeev Ramchand, Robert A. Yuen, and Susan A. Murphy. 2014. "Time-varying effect moderation using the structural nested mean model: estimation using inverse-weighted regression with residuals." Statistics in Medicine, 33(20): 3466-3487. PMCID: PMC4008726.
Shortreed, Susan M., Eric Laber, T. Scott Stroup, Joelle Pineau, and Susan A. Murphy. 2014. "A multiple imputation strategy for sequential multiple assignment randomized trials." Statistics in Medicine, 33(24): 4202-4214. PMCID: PMC4184954.