Lecture: “Communication of cancer patient survival” by Professor Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institutet


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The aim of this lecture, aimed at non-statisticians, is to discuss a range of alternative measures for reporting statistics on cancer patient survival in publications such as “Cancer in Norway 2014”.

 

Professor Paul Dickman is a biostatistician whose primary research interests are in developing and applying statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis, particularly the estimation and modeling of relative survival. Current research, in collaboration with Professor Paul Lambert (University of Leicester), focuses on the development and application of methods for presenting patient survival that are relevant for patients, clinicians, and the general public. Paul Dickman is an active and enthusiastic teacher.

 

See more info about the lecture on Cancer Registry of Norway

 

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