Noemi Kreif
Noemi Kreif
University of York, Centre for Health Economics
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TitleCited byYear
Health-related quality-of-life of people with HIV in the era of combination antiretroviral treatment: a cross-sectional comparison with the general population
A Miners, A Phillips, N Kreif, A Rodger, A Speakman, M Fisher, ...
The lancet HIV 1 (1), e32-e40, 2014
Examination of the synthetic control method for evaluating health policies with multiple treated units
N Kreif, R Grieve, D Hangartner, AJ Turner, S Nikolova, M Sutton
Health economics 25 (12), 1514-1528, 2016
Estimating causal effects: considering three alternatives to difference-in-differences estimation
S O’Neill, N Kreif, R Grieve, M Sutton, JS Sekhon
Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 16 (1-2), 1-21, 2016
Overview of parametric survival analysis for health-economic applications
KJ Ishak, N Kreif, A Benedict, N Muszbek
Pharmacoeconomics 31 (8), 663-675, 2013
Validation of the SF-36 in patients with endometriosis
DE Stull, R Wasiak, N Kreif, M Raluy, A Colligs, C Seitz, C Gerlinger
Quality of life research 23 (1), 103-117, 2014
Regression-adjusted matching and double-robust methods for estimating average treatment effects in health economic evaluation
N Kreif, R Grieve, R Radice, JS Sekhon
Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 13 (2-4), 174-202, 2013
Evaluating treatment effectiveness in patient subgroups: a comparison of propensity score methods with an automated matching approach
R Radice, R Ramsahai, R Grieve, N Kreif, Z Sadique, JS Sekhon
The international journal of biostatistics 8 (1), 2012
Statistical methods for cost‐effectiveness analyses that use observational data: a critical appraisal tool and review of current practice
N Kreif, R Grieve, MZ Sadique
Health economics 22 (4), 486-500, 2013
Methods for estimating subgroup effects in cost-effectiveness analyses that use observational data
N Kreif, R Grieve, R Radice, Z Sadique, R Ramsahai, JS Sekhon
Medical decision making 32 (6), 750-763, 2012
Evaluation of the effect of a continuous treatment: a machine learning approach with an application to treatment for traumatic brain injury
N Kreif, R Grieve, I Díaz, D Harrison
Health economics 24 (9), 1213-1228, 2015
Cost-effectiveness evaluation of sunitinib as first-line targeted therapy for metastatic renal cell carcinoma in Spain
EC Aller, P Maroto, N Kreif, JLG Larriba, M López-Brea, D Castellano, ...
Clinical and Translational Oncology 13 (12), 869-877, 2011
Evaluating treatment effectiveness under model misspecification: a comparison of targeted maximum likelihood estimation with bias-corrected matching
N Kreif, S Gruber, R Radice, R Grieve, JS Sekhon
Statistical methods in medical research 25 (5), 2315-2336, 2016
Cost-effectiveness analysis of anastrozole versus tamoxifen in adjuvant therapy for early-stage breast cancer–a health-economic analysis based on the 100-month analysis of the …
MP Lux, A Wöckel, A Benedict, S Buchholz, N Harbeck, R Kreienberg, ...
Oncology Research and Treatment 33 (4), 155-166, 2010
Quality of life and drug costs associated with switching antipsychotic medication to once-daily extended release quetiapine fumarate in patients with schizophrenia
K Järbrink, N Kreif, A Benedict, J Locklear
Current medical research and opinion 25 (3), 709-716, 2009
A framework for conducting economic evaluations alongside natural experiments
M Deidda, C Geue, N Kreif, R Dundas, E McIntosh
Social Science & Medicine 220, 353-361, 2019
Estimating the comparative effectiveness of feeding interventions in the paediatric intensive care unit: a demonstration of longitudinal targeted maximum likelihood estimation
N Kreif, L Tran, R Grieve, B deStavola, RC Tasker, M Petersen
American Journal of Epidemiology, 2017
Modelling survival in hepatocellular carcinoma
N Muszbek, N Kreif, A Valderrama, A Benedict, J Ishak, DP Ross
Current medical research and opinion 28 (7), 1141-1153, 2012
Machine Learning in Policy Evaluation: New Tools for Causal Inference
N Kreif, K DiazOrdaz
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance, 2019
Paying for efficiency: incentivising same-day discharges in the English NHS
J Gaughan, N Gutacker, K Grašič, N Kreif, L Siciliani, A Street
Journal of health economics 68, 102226, 2019
Evaluation of adaptive treatment strategies in an observational study where time-varying covariates are not monitored systematically
N Kreif, O Sofrygin, J Schmittdiel, A Adams, R Grant, Z Zhu, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.11153, 2018
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