Marginal means/rates models for multiple type recurrent event data.

@article{Cai2004MarginalMM,
  title={Marginal means/rates models for multiple type recurrent event data.},
  author={Jianwen Cai and Douglas E Schaubel},
  journal={Lifetime data analysis},
  year={2004},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={
          121-38
        }
}
Recurrent events are frequently observed in biomedical studies, and often more than one type of event is of interest. Follow-up time may be censored due to loss to follow-up or administrative censoring. We propose a class of semi-parametric marginal means/rates models, with a general relative risk form, for assessing the effect of covariates on the censored event processes of interest. We formulate estimating equations for the model parameters, and examine asymptotic properties of the parameter… CONTINUE READING

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