Paper published on comparing methods for handling missing data
PAPAartis investigators Modou Diop and David Epstein at the Department of Applied Economics at the University of Granada recently published their paper "Comparing methods for handling missing cost and quality of life data in the Early Endovenous Ablation in Venous Ulceration trial" in the journal Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation.
The paper reviews available methods for handling missing data, with the aim of considering what the best method would be in our planned analysis of the PAPAartis study. It uses data from another trial as a case study to explore the feasibility of each of the methods.
More about the health economic analysis planned in PAPAartis can be found here.