CLSI Training Course on Handling Missing Data in Longitudinal Surveys will be held from the 9th to 11th October 2013 in the ESRI. Listed below is the draft programme for the course, more details on registration, cost etc will be available in the coming weeks.

PROGRAMME – Day 1 (9th October)
9:30-9:45 Registration
9.45-10.45 A general overview of methods for handling missing data (Ian Plewis)
10.45-11.05 Coffee/tea
11.05-11.55 Missing data and growth curve models for repeated measures data (Ian Plewis)
11.55-1.30 Lunch
1.30-2.30 Missing data in the 1958, 1970 and Millennium birth cohort studies (Ian Plewis)
2.30-3.30 Using inverse probability weights to adjust for non-response bias (Ian Plewis)
3.30-3.50 Coffee/tea
3.50-4.30 Introduction to the datasets and practical sessions (Ian Plewis)

PROGRAMME – Day 2 (10th October)
09.30-09.45 Review of day 1
09.45-11.15 Practical: Applying weights to NCDS and MCS (Ian Plewis)
11.15-11.35 Coffee/tea
11.35-12.45 Selection modelling and application to NCDS (Ian Plewis)
12.45-13.45 Lunch
13.45-15.15 Introduction to multiple imputation (Jonathan Bartlett)
15.15-15.35 Coffee/tea
15.35-16.45 Applying multiple imputation to NCDS (1) (Jonathan Bartlett)

PROGRAMME – Day 3 (11th October)
09.30-09.45 Review of day 2
09.45-11.15 Applying multiple imputation to NCDS (2) (Jonathan Bartlett)
11.15-11.35 Coffee/tea
11.35-12.45 Multiple imputation and MCS (Jonathan Bartlett)
12.45-13.45 Lunch
13.45-15.15 Multilevel multiple imputation using REALCOM (Jonathan Bartlett)
15.15-15.30 Coffee/tea
15.30-16.30 Further practical work; applications to users’ data

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