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Prof James Carpenter

Professor of Medical Statistics

United Kingdom

Affiliations

Department of Medical Statistics
Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health

Centres

Centre for Data and Statistical Science for Health

Selected Publications

Assessing efficacy in non-inferiority trials with non-adherence to interventions: Are intention-to-treat and per-protocol analyses fit for purpose?
DODD, M; CARPENTER, J; THOMPSON, JA; WILLIAMSON, E; FIELDING, K; ELBOURNE, D;
2024
Statistics in medicine
Improving transportability of randomized controlled trial inference using robust prediction methods.
Elliott, MR; CARROLL, O; GRIEVE, R; CARPENTER, J;
2023
Statistical methods in medical research
Comment on Oberman & Vink: Should we fix or simulate the complete data in simulation studies evaluating missing data methods?
Morris, TP; White, IR; Cro, S; BARTLETT, JW; CARPENTER, JR; Pham, TM;
2023
Biometrical journal. Biometrische Zeitschrift
A new approach to evaluating loop inconsistency in network meta-analysis.
Turner, RM; Band, T; Morris, TP; Fisher, DJ; Higgins, JP T; CARPENTER, JR; White, IR;
2023
Statistics in medicine
The role of placebo control in clinical trials for neurodegenerative diseases.
Mehta, AR; CARPENTER, JR; NICHOLAS, JM; Chataway, J; Virgo, B; Parmar, MK B; Chandran, S; Pal, S;
2023
Nature medicine
Multiple Imputation and its Application
CARPENTER, JR; BARTLETT, JW; Morris, TP; Wood, AM; Quartagno, M; Kenward, MG;
2023
Multiple Imputation and its Application
Multiple imputation approaches for epoch-level accelerometer data in trials.
Tackney, MS; WILLIAMSON, E; Cook, DG; Limb, E; Harris, T; CARPENTER, J;
2023
Statistical methods in medical research
Multiple imputation of missing data under missing at random: compatible imputation models are not sufficient to avoid bias if they are mis-specified.
Curnow, E; CARPENTER, JR; Heron, JE; Cornish, RP; Rach, S; Didelez, V; Langeheine, M; Tilling, K;
2023
Journal of clinical epidemiology
Handling intercurrent events and missing data in non-inferiority trials using the estimand framework: A tuberculosis case study.
Rehal, S; Cro, S; Phillips, PP; FIELDING, K; CARPENTER, JR;
2023
Clinical trials (London, England)
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