Transporting inferences from a randomized trial to a new target population

@inproceedings{Dahabreh2018TransportingIF,
  title={Transporting inferences from a randomized trial to a new target population},
  author={Issa J. Dahabreh and S. E. Robertson and Elizabeth A. Stuart and Miguel A. Hern{\'a}n},
  year={2018}
}
When variables that are treatment effect modifiers also influence the decision to participate in a clinical trial, the average effect among trial participants will differ from the effect in other populations of trial-eligible individuals. In this tutorial, we consider methods for transporting inferences about a time-fixed treatment from trial participants to a new target population of trial-eligible individuals, using data from a completed randomized trial along with baseline covariate data… CONTINUE READING

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