dr. L. (Lotty) Hooft

Associate Professor

  • Department of Epidemiology
  • Julius Center Research Program Methodology

dr. L. (Lotty) Hooft

Research Programs

Research Output (137)

From registration to publication:A study on Dutch academic randomized controlled trials

Huiskens Joost, Kool Boudewijn R J, Bakker Jean-Michel, Bruns Emma R J, de Jonge Stijn W, Olthof Pim B, van Rosmalen Belle V, van Gulik Thomas M, Hooft Lotty, Punt Cornelis J A 15 okt 2019, In: Research Synthesis Methods. 11 , p. 218-226 9 p.

Decision analytic modeling was useful to assess the impact of a prediction model on health outcomes before a randomized trial

Jenniskens Kevin, Lagerweij Ghizelda R., Naaktgeboren Christiana A., Hooft Lotty, Moons Karel G. M., Poldervaart Judith M., Koffijberg Hendrik, Reitsma Johannes B. 19 jul 2019, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 115 , p. 106-115 10 p.

A guidance was developed to identify participants with missing outcome data in randomized controlled trials

Kahale Lara A, Guyatt Gordon H, Agoritsas Thomas, Briel Matthias, Busse Jason W, Carrasco-Labra Alonso, Khamis Assem M, Zhang Yuqing, Hooft Lotty, Scholten Rob J P M, Akl Elie A 9 jul 2019, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 115 , p. 55-63 9 p.

GRADE guidelines:22. The GRADE approach for tests and strategies—from test accuracy to patient-important outcomes and recommendations

Schünemann Holger J., Mustafa Reem A., Brozek Jan, Santesso Nancy, Bossuyt Patrick M., Steingart Karen R., Leeflang Mariska, Lange Stefan, Trenti Tommaso, Langendam Miranda, Scholten Rob, Hooft Lotty, Murad Mohammad Hassan, Jaeschke Roman, Rutjes Anne, Singh Jasvinder, Helfand Mark, Glasziou Paul, Arevalo-Rodriguez Ingrid, Akl Elie A., Deeks Jonathan J., Guyatt Gordon H., 1 jul 2019, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 111 , p. 69-82 14 p.

Prevention of postoperative delirium in elderly patients planned for elective surgery:systematic review and meta-analysis

Janssen T L, Alberts A R, Hooft L, Mattace-Raso Fus, Mosk C A, van der Laan L 19 jun 2019, In: Clinical Interventions in Aging. 14 , p. 1095-1117 23 p.

Performance of the Framingham risk models and pooled cohort equations for predicting 10-year risk of cardiovascular disease:A systematic review and meta-analysis

Damen Johanna A., Pajouheshnia Romin, Heus Pauline, Moons Karel G.M., Reitsma Johannes B., Scholten Rob J.P.M., Hooft Lotty, Debray Thomas P.A. 13 jun 2019, In: BMC Medicine. 17

Selecting and evaluating decision-making strategies in the intensive care unit: A systematic review

Kerckhoffs Monika C., Kant Matthijs, van Delden Johannes J. M., Hooft Lotty, Kesecioglu Jozef, van Dijk Diederik jun 2019, In: Journal of Critical Care. 51 , p. 39-45

Uniformity in measuring adherence to reporting guidelines:The example of TRIPOD for assessing completeness of reporting of prediction model studies

Heus Pauline, Damen Johanna A.A.G., Pajouheshnia Romin, Scholten Rob J.P.M., Reitsma Johannes B., Collins Gary S., Altman Douglas G., Moons Karel G.M., Hooft Lotty 24 apr 2019, In: BMJ Open. 9

Empirical evidence of the impact of study characteristics on the performance of prediction models:A meta-epidemiological study

Damen Johanna A A G, Debray Thomas P A, Pajouheshnia Romin, Reitsma Johannes B, Scholten Rob J P M, Moons Karel G M, Hooft Lotty 1 apr 2019, In: BMJ Open. 9

Forcing dichotomous disease classification from reference standards leads to bias in diagnostic accuracy estimates:a simulation study

Jenniskens Kevin, Naaktgeboren Christiana A, Reitsma Johannes B, Hooft Lotty, Moons Karel G M, van Smeden Maarten 20 mrt 2019, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 111 , p. 1-10 10 p.

All Research Output (137)