Full list of talks, workshops and courses

4-9 June 2018. Paul Dickman and I will teach a 5-day course on statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis in Veneto Italy. Further details available here.

26 February - 2 March 2018: Paul Dickman and I will teach a 5-day course on statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis in Adelaide, Australia. Further details will be provided shortly.

21-23 February 2018: I will teach a series of 1-day courses in Melbourne, Australia with Paul Dickman. Further details can be found here.

15-17 January 2018 Parametric Competing Risks and Multistate models, Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen, Switzerland.

30 November 2017. Some key issues in the reporting of national cancer survival statistics. Public Heath England, London.

16 October 2017 Age Period Cohort (APC) models for predictions of cancer incidence and mortality, Pre-conference course. Intenational Association of Cancer Registries, Utrect Utrecht.

14 September 2017. An online interactive tool to improve the understanding of cancer survival statistics. North American Association of Central Cancer Registries Online Webinar

22 June 2017, An online interactive tool to improve the understanding of cancer survival statistics. North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

16-19 June 2017, Cancer Survival: Principles, Methods, and Applications. Pre-conference course, Annual meeting of North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

16-18 January 2017, Flexible Parametric Survival Models, Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen, Switzerland.

12 October 2016, Beyond the hazard ratio: alternative ways to quantify di erences in survival when using flexible parametric survival models. Clinical Trials Research Unit, University of Leeds, UK

14 Sept 2016, 1 day course on Flexible Parametric Survival Models. The Cancer Registry of Norway, Oslo, Norway

6-11 June 2016, Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis, Veneto, Italy.

9-11 May 2016 Statistical Methods in Epidemiology - Beyond the Cox Model, Stockholm 9-11 May 2016.

21-23 January 2016, Flexible Parametric Survival Models, Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen, Switzerland.

12 January 2016. The benefits of using parametric survival models for analysis of competing risks with time-to-event data. University of Nottingham.

28 October 2015. Introduction to Flexible Parametric Survival Models, Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Stockholm, Sweden.

15 June 2015. Applications and developments of flexible parametric aurvival models. Epidemiological Approaches to Evaluating Cancer Survival, Genova.

8-13 June 8-13 2015, Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis, Veneto, Italy.

19-21 January 2015, Flexible Parametric Survival Models, Swiss Epidemiology Winter School, Wengen, Switzerland.

19 November 2014. Parametric modelling of the cumulative incidence function in competing risks models. University of Birmingham.

28 October 2014. The use of flexible parametric survival models in epidemiology. Department of Public Health, Aarhus University, Denmark.

4 September 2014. Comparison of different Approaches to estimating age standardized net survival. Annual meeting of the Association of Nordic Cancer Registries, Malmo, Sweden.

30 June 2014. Parametric modelling of the cumulative incidence function in competing risks models. Statistical Analysis of Multi-Outcome Data 2014, University of Cambridge.

16-21 June 2014, Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis, Veneto, Italy.

4 June 2014. Parametric modelling of the cumulative incidence function in competing risks models. Fundamental Problems in Survival Analysis, Kings College London.

8 April 2014. Survival analysis: The importance of being flexible. Scientific Seminar on Global Health and Methodology, University College London, UK.

18 October 2013. The many ways to report differences in cancer survival. International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). Lyon, France.

13 September 2013. Estimating and modelling cumulative incidence functions using time-dependent weights. UK Stata Users Group 2013, London UK.

17-22 June 2013, Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis, Veneto, Italy.

12-14 June 2013.How does a diagnosis of cancer affect life expectancy? Making use of the loss in expectation of life. National Cancer Intelligence Network Cancer Outcomes Conference, Brighton, UK.

26 March 2013. Parametric Suvival Models: When should we use them? Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers Conference. University of Liverpool.

8 March 2013. Parametric Survival Models. 40+ years of the Cox Model. British and Irish Region of the International Biometric Society. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London.

19 September 2012. Estimating the loss in expectation of life due to cancer using flexible parametric survival models. 34th International Association of Cancer Registries Conference, Cork,, Ireland.

16 September 2012, Trends and projections: Age-Period-Cohort modelling using splines. Pre-conference course, International Association of Cancer Registries, Cork, Ireland.

22 August 2012. Parametric modelling of the cumulative incidence function in competing risks models. International Society of Clinical Biostatistics Conference 2012, Bergen, Norway

June 18-22, 2012, Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis, Veneto, Italy.

1-3 June 2012, Statistical methods for population based cancer survival analysis, Pre-conference course, Annual meeting of North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, Portland, Oregon, USA.

10 November 2011. Workshop on applications and developments of flexible parametric survival models. Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

31 August 011. Measuring survival in population based cancer studies: should we be making more use of crude probabilities? Annual meeting of the Association of Nordic Cancer Registries, Aland, Finland

4-8 July 2011, Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis, Sigtuna (Stockholm), Sweden.

29 March 2011. Useful outputs from flexible parametric survival models. Advanced Workshop on Cancer Survival Methodology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

7 December 2010. Estimating the crude probabilities of death due to cancer and other causes using flexible parametric relative survival models. XXVth International Biometric Conference. Florianópolis, Brazil.

16 November 2010. Modelling Relative Survival: Flexible Parametric Models and the Estimation of Net and Crude Mortality. MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge, UK.

22 September 2010. Long term survival: Estimation of the proportion cured. Workshop on Combining Epidemiology & Economics for Measurement of Cancer Costs, Frascati, Italy.

20 September 2010. Estimating Crude and Net Mortality in the Framework of Relative Survival. Workshop on Methods and Applications for Population-Based Survival Workshop, Frascati, Italy.

20 November 2009. Flexible parametric alternatives to the Cox model. University of Birmingham.

11 September 2009. Flexible parametric alternatives to the Cox model. 2009 UK Stata Users Group meeting, London, UK.

3 September 2009. Transferring recent advances in statistical models for relative survival to applied research. Annual meeting of the Association of Nordic Cancer Registries, Sigtuna, Sweden.

1 September 2009, Workshop on Statistical Methods for Cancer Patient Survival., Stockholm, Sweden.

5 June 2009. Transferring recent advances in statistical models for relative survival to applied research. International Association of Cancer Registries, New Orleans.

1-2 June 2009, Survival Analysis For Cancer Registry Personnel, Pre-conference course at the annual meeting of the International Association of Cancer Registries, New Orleans LA, USA.

18 March 2009. Modelling Relative Survival: Flexible Parametric Models and the Estimation of Net and Crude Mortality. Medical Statistics Unit, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

19 August 2008. Estimating cumulative cause-specific mortality in the presence of other causes using relative survival models. 29th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 17-21, 2008.

14 August 2008, Workshop on flexible parametric  models for survival analysis. Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. August 14, 2008.

22-23 November 2007, Statistical models for relative survival (with Paul Dickman). Barcelona.

7 September 2007 Fractional Polynomials and Model Averaging. 2nd Nordic and Baltic Stata Users Group meeting. Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

6 September 2007Workshop on methods for studying cancer patient survival with application in Stata. _Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. _

18-20 April 2007, Relative survival: approaches to advanced modelling. London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine., London, UK

February 27 - March 1 2007, Practical demographic methods in epidemiology. Department of Biostatistics, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

Modelling temporal trends in the proportion cured of disease in population based cancer studies. Department of Social Medicine, Bristol, November 16th 2006.

6-7 November 2006, Population Based Survival Analysis. 28th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Cancer Registries, Goiânia, Brazil.

11-12 September 2006,Estimating and modelling the proportion cured of disease in population based cancer studies. 12th UK Stata User Group Meeting, London, UK

27-31 August 2006, The estimation and modelling of the cure fraction in population based cancer studies. 27th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Geneva, Switzerland.

18 August 18 2006, The estimation and modelling of the cure fraction in population based cancer studies. Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

3-7 April 2006, Cancer survival: principles, methods and applications, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

29 September 2005, Extrapolation of Survival Curves Using Relative Survival Models. Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York, UK.

21-25 August 2005, Extrapolation of Survival Curves Using Relative Survival Models. 26th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Szeged, Hungary.

28 June 2005, Estimating and Modelling Cure in Population-based Cancer Survival Analysis. Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

2 March 2005, Relative Survival and Excess Mortality: Application to Cancer and Coronary Heart Disease Studies. Department of Health Sciences Seminar Series, University of Leicester, UK.

15-19 August 2004. Up-to-date estimates of excess mortality using relative survival models incorporating period analysis: a comparison of models with additive and relative effects of covariates. 25th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Leiden, The Netherlands.