Hannah Johns is an early-career researcher with a background in mathematical and statistical modelling for clinical research, and has presented her work at meetings of INFORMS Health, EURO’s Operations Research Applied to Health Services working group, The Australasian College of Health Services Management and The Australian Clinical Trials Alliance’s Statistics in Trials Interest Group.
Her work with the Florey focuses on the development and application of new statistical and visualisation methods to understand complex clinical trial data in order to inform improvements in stroke rehabilitation. She also provides developmental support for the AVERT-DOSE trial, and is responsible for the adaptive randomisation module used within the trial.
Utility-weighted modified Rankin Scale: Still too crude to be a truly patient-centric primary outcome measure?International Journal of Stroke
An Improved Method for Simple, Assumption-Free Ordinal Analysis of the Modified Rankin Scale Using Generalized Odds RatiosInternational Journal of Stroke
Right ventricular pacing for hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy: meta-analysis and meta-regression of clinical trialsEuropean Heart Journal - Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes
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