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FORMAT:
Webinar

RELEASE DATE:
May 2, 2013

EXPIRATION DATE:
May 2, 2014

THERAPEUTIC AREA:
Transplantation

TARGET AUDIENCE:
Transplant physicians and surgeons Transplant nurses and nurse practitioners Transplant pharmacists Transplant coordinators

ACTIVITY LENGTH:
1 hr

Demystifying the Methodology of the SRTR Program-specific Reports (And How It Affects Your Center)

OVERVIEW

In this webinar, transplant surgeon Dorry Segev and SRTR statistician Jon Snyder will give you a detailed insider’s perspective on how the SRTR’s program-specific reports work. They start with where SRTR data come from, how deaths and graft losses are identified, and which patients are considered for each report. They explain the regression model development process and current efforts being made to improve these models. Then, most importantly, they show you the variables that go into the models as well as the model coefficients and how to interpret them, including categorical, continuous, spline, and interaction terms.


FACULTY

Dorry L. Segev, MD, PhD and Jon J. Snyder, PhD, MS


This independent educational activity is supported by an educational grant from Sanofi US.

This educational activity is jointly sponsored by Dannemiller and Spire Learning.


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