Clinical prediction models for covid-19: alarming results from a living systematic review

Date: Monday 27 September 2021, 3.00PM
Location: Online
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Since the covid-19 outbreak, hundreds clinical prediction models have been developed. The aim of such models is to assist in the diagnosis and prognostication of covid-19 patients, help prioritize limited health care resources and to identify and protect those at most risk.  In this talk I will present the most recent results of our living review, first published in the BMJ in April 2020. I will demonstrate some of the common issues with the developed clinical prediction models for covid-19, illustrated by external validation results for a selection of these models.
Maarten van Smeden
Medical statistician, assistant professor
University Medical Center Utrecht
RSS North Eastern Local Group

For further information please contact Aamir Khan