Publications

2018

Brilleman SL, Moreno-Betancur M, Polkinghorne KR, McDonald SP, Crowther MJ, Thomson J, Wolfe R. Longitudinal changes in body mass index and the competing outcomes of death and transplant in patients undergoing hemodialysis: a latent class joint modelling approach. Epidemiology. (to appear)

Karim Md N, Reid CM, Huq M, Brilleman SL, Cochrane A, Tran L, Billah B. Predicting long-term survival after coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Interactive CardioVascular and Thoracic Surgery. 2018;26(2):257-263.

2017

Moreno-Betancur M, Carlin J, Brilleman SL, Tanamas S, Peeters A, Wolfe R. Survival analysis with time-dependent covariates subject to missing data or measurement error: Multiple Imputation for Joint Modeling (MIJM). Biostatistics. 2017 (Epub ahead of print)

Brilleman SL, Howe LD, Wolfe R, Tilling K. Bayesian piecewise linear mixed models with a random change point: an application to BMI rebound in childhood. Epidemiology. 2017;28(6):827-833.

Chimeddamba O, Gearon E, Brilleman SL, Tumenjargal E, Peeters A. Increases in waist circumference independent of weight in Mongolia over the last decade: the Mongolian STEPS surveys. BMC Obesity. 2017;4:19.

Brilleman SL, Wolfe R, Moreno-Betancur M, Sales AE, Langa KM, Li Y, Daugherty Biddison EL, Rubinson L, Iwashyna TJ. Associations between community-level disaster exposure and individual-level changes in disability and risk of death for older Americans. Social Science & Medicine. 2017;173:118-125.

2016

Brilleman SL, Crowther MJ, May M, Gompels M, Abrams K. Joint longitudinal hurdle and time-to-event models: an application related to viral load and duration of the first treatment regimen in HIV patients initiating therapy. Statistics in Medicine. 2016;35(20):3583-3594.

Brilleman SL, Metcalfe C, Peters TJ, Hollingworth W. The reporting of treatment non-adherence and its associated impact on economic evaluations conducted alongside randomised trials: a systematic review. Value in Health. 2016;19(1):99-108.

2015

McClean S, Brilleman SL, Wye L. What is the perceived impact of Alexander technique lessons on health status, costs and pain management in the real life setting of an English hospital? The results of a mixed methods evaluation of an Alexander technique service for those with chronic back pain. BMC Health Services Research. 2015;15:293.

2014

Brilleman SL, Gravelle H, Hollinghurst S, Purdy S, Salisbury C, Windmeijer F. Keep it simple? Predicting primary health care costs with measures of morbidity and multimorbidity. Journal of Health Economics. 2014;35:109-122.

2013

Brilleman SL, Purdy S, Salisbury C, Windmeijer F, Gravelle H, Hollinghurst S. Implications of comorbidity for UK primary care costs: a retrospective observational study. The British Journal of General Practice. 2013;63:274-282.

Brilleman SL, Salisbury C. Comparing measures of multimorbidity to predict outcomes in primary care: a cross sectional study. Family Practice. 2013;30(2):172-178.

2010

Brilleman SL, Pachana NA, Dobson, AJ. The impact of attrition on the representativeness of cohort studies of older people. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 2010;10:71-79.

Pachana NA, Brilleman SL, Dobson AJ. Reporting of life events over time: Methodological issues in a longitudinal sample of women. Psychological Assessment. 2010;23(1):277-281.