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dr. L. (Lotty) Hooft

Associate Professor

  • Department of Epidemiology
  • Julius Center Research Program Methodology

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Research Output (144)

Strategies to reduce the use of low-value medical tests in primary care: a systematic review

Takada Toshihiko, Heus Pauline, van Doorn Sander, Naaktgeboren Christiana A., Weenink Jan-Willem, van Dulmen Simone A., Hooft Lotty 1 dec 2020, In: British Journal of General Practice. 70 , p. E858-E865

Protocol for a systematic review on the methodological and reporting quality of prediction model studies using machine learning techniques

Andaur Navarro Constanza L, Damen Johanna A A G, Takada Toshihiko, Nijman Steven W J, Dhiman Paula, Ma Jie, Collins Gary S, Bajpai Ram, Riley Richard D, Moons Karel Gm, Hooft Lotty 11 nov 2020, In: BMJ Open. 10 , p. e038832

TRIPOD statement:a preliminary pre-post analysis of reporting and methods of prediction models

Zamanipoor Najafabadi Amir H, Ramspek Chava L, Dekker Friedo W, Heus Pauline, Hooft Lotty, Moons Karel G M, Peul Wilco C, Collins Gary S, Steyerberg Ewout W, van Diepen Merel 18 sep 2020, In: BMJ Open. 10 , p. e041537

Potential impact of missing outcome data on treatment effects in systematic reviews:imputation study

Kahale Lara A, Khamis Assem M, Diab Batoul, Chang Yaping, Lopes Luciane Cruz, Agarwal Arnav, Li Ling, Mustafa Reem A, Koujanian Serge, Waziry Reem, Busse Jason W, Dakik Abeer, Schünemann Holger J, Hooft Lotty, Scholten Rob Jpm, Guyatt Gordon H, Akl Elie A 26 aug 2020, In: BMJ (Clinical research ed.). 370

Transparent Reporting of Multivariable Prediction Models in Journal and Conference Abstracts:TRIPOD for Abstracts

Heus Pauline, Reitsma Johannes B, Collins Gary S, Damen Johanna A A G, Scholten Rob J P M, Altman Douglas G, Moons Karel G M, Hooft Lotty 2 jun 2020, In: Annals of Internal Medicine. 173 , p. 42-47 6 p.

GRADE guidelines:21 part 1. Study design, risk of bias and indirectness in rating the certainty across a body of evidence for test accuracy

Schünemann Holger J, Mustafa Reem A, Brozek Jan, Steingart Karen R, Leeflang Mariska, Murad Mohammad Hassan, Bossuyt Patrick, Glasziou Paul, Jaeschke Roman, Lange Stefan, Meerpohl Joerg, Langendam Miranda, Hultcrantz Monica, Vist Gunn E, Akl Elie A, Helfand Mark, Santesso Nancy, Hooft Lotty, Scholten Rob, Rosen Måns, Rutjes Anne, Crowther Mark, Muti Paola, Raatz Heike, Ansari Mohammed T, Williams John, Kunz Regina, Harris Jeff, Rodriguez Ingrid Arévalo, Kohli Mikashmi, Guyatt Gordon H, 11 feb 2020, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 122 , p. 129-141 13 p.

Meta-Analyses Proved Inconsistent in How Missing Data Were Handled Across Their Included Primary Trials:A Methodological Survey

Kahale Lara A, Khamis Assem M, Diab Batoul, Chang Yaping, Lopes Luciane Cruz, Agarwal Arnav, Li Ling, Mustafa Reem A, Koujanian Serge, Waziry Reem, Busse Jason W, Dakik Abeer, Hooft Lotty, Guyatt Gordon H, Scholten Rob J P M, Akl Elie A 2020, In: Clinical Epidemiology. 12 , p. 527-535 9 p.

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.