Monday, April 25, 2011

Comparing Screening Methods in Long Term Analyses

I recently got an article published with the European Journal of Public Health, which is put out by Oxford University Press. The article comments on methods for evaluating disease detection (or screening) methods after many years in a longitudinal analysis. Disease detection rates are one of the most common evaluative methods in this scenario and my article explains why that can be an unsafe evaluative method that can lead to the dismissal of newer and beneficial technologies.

You can read the article by clicking here.