Statistical Inference in Dynamic Treatment Regimes

30 Jun 2010Eric B. LaberMin QianDan J. LizotteWilliam E. PelhamSusan A. Murphy

Dynamic treatment regimes are of growing interest across the clinical sciences as these regimes provide one way to operationalize and thus inform sequential personalized clinical decision making. A dynamic treatment regime is a sequence of decision rules, with a decision rule per stage of clinical intervention; each decision rule maps up-to-date patient information to a recommended treatment... (read more)

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