A review of the reporting and handling of missing data in cohort studies with repeated assessment of exposure measures

@inproceedings{Karahalios2012ARO,
  title={A review of the reporting and handling of missing data in cohort studies with repeated assessment of exposure measures},
  author={Amalia Karahalios and Laura Baglietto and John B Carlin and Dallas English and Julie A Simpson},
  booktitle={BMC medical research methodology},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Retaining participants in cohort studies with multiple follow-up waves is difficult. Commonly, researchers are faced with the problem of missing data, which may introduce biased results as well as a loss of statistical power and precision. The STROBE guidelines von Elm et al. (Lancet, 370:1453-1457, 2007); Vandenbroucke et al. (PLoS Med, 4:e297, 2007) and the guidelines proposed by Sterne et al. (BMJ, 338:b2393, 2009) recommend that cohort studies report on the amount of missing data… CONTINUE READING
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