Recursive partitioning based approaches for low back pain subgroup identification in individual patient data meta-analyses

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Mistry, Dipesh;
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This thesis presents two novel approaches for performing subgroup analyses or identifying subgroups in an individual patient data (IPD) meta-analyses setting. The work contained in this thesis originated from an important research priority in the area of low back pain (... View more
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