Meta-analysis of full ROC curves using bivariate time-to-event models for interval-censored data.

@article{Hoyer2018MetaanalysisOF,
  title={Meta-analysis of full ROC curves using bivariate time-to-event models for interval-censored data.},
  author={Annika Hoyer and Stefan Hirt and Oliver Kuss},
  journal={Research synthesis methods},
  year={2018},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={
          62-72
        }
}
Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are the cornerstones of evidence-based medicine and inform treatment, diagnosis, or prevention of individual patients as well as policy decisions in health care. Statistical methods for the meta-analysis of intervention studies are well established today. Meta-analysis for diagnostic accuracy trials has also been a vivid research area in recent years, which is especially due to the increased complexity of their bivariate outcome of sensitivity and… CONTINUE READING

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