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Case Study 3: Out-of-Box Solution

The Scenario: The Sponsor required a solution to effectively manage and control users (internal and external). RA eClinica Solution: RA eClinica collaborated with the Sponsor to develop and implement a user management system that involved training tracking record (LMS), user access request, Role-based access control Develop, deploy and host the clinical documentation service and provideContinue reading “Case Study 3: Out-of-Box Solution”

How to Manage Sites and Users in InForm Trial?

So you created your first InForm Trial and now what? Before you can actually enter data into your trial, you need to set up a user management system which assigns permissions to different users in your system depending on their job “role”. In InForm, this is accomplished by using a tool called ‘User Management Tool’Continue reading “How to Manage Sites and Users in InForm Trial?”

Central Designer – Troubleshooting Tips

If an edit check or function fails to behave as expected, it is time to use your ‘troubleshooting’ skills. The following tips may help you when you are troubleshooting rules in InForm: Rules: check if rules are running check the rule logic check Rule Dependencies: a rule on a form has access to items onContinue reading “Central Designer – Troubleshooting Tips”

SAS Programmers Tools

Are you new to SAS and wondering how to write SAS programs? Most SAS programmers use the built-in SAS enhanced editor for their daily works. Sometimes, this editor is replaced by the code editor of SAS Enterprise Guide which provide other features like the Log tab, Output data tab and Results tab. However, some SASContinue reading “SAS Programmers Tools”

How to Use SAS – Lesson 5 – Data Reduction and Data Cleaning

This video series is intended to help you learn how to program using SAS for your statistical needs. Lesson 5 introduces the concept of data reduction (also known as subsetting ;data sets). I discuss how one can subset a data set (i.e. reduce a data set’s number of observations) based on some criteria using theContinue reading “How to Use SAS – Lesson 5 – Data Reduction and Data Cleaning”

Tip #5 – Download library of 200+ Code Samples

Download 200+ highly organized code samples with a single click of the mouse. Each sample includes an explanation of the syntax involved. This library can become a programmer’s expanding toolkit that will rapidly increase productivity over time. Progress Monitor members can always download the latest version of this growing library as a single file. CodeSamplesContinue reading “Tip #5 – Download library of 200+ Code Samples”

Adverse Event Monitoring for CRAs

During monitoring visits one of the most important and impacting activities that a CRA performs is the source document verification of Adverse Events. The CRA is the eyes for the research sponsor when it comes to proper collection and documentation of subject safety information. Incorrect and inadequate monitoring of adverse events can lead to inaccurateContinue reading “Adverse Event Monitoring for CRAs”

I Need a Relational Database

What is a Relational Database? A relational database is a collection of database objects: tables maintaining relationships based on the primary/foreign key principle, various means of manipulating these tables, and the rules that enforce the relationships and their integrity. Unlike spreadsheet tables or flat files, RDBMS tables are related in a parent/child-like relationship. This videoContinue reading “I Need a Relational Database”

Tip #3 – Become an Expert at Debugging

Studies have shown that we spend 50% of our time debugging, but only learn debugging by trial and error. This webcast by John Robbins was in the top 10 favorites on Microsoft web site, and it is a real goldmine. Watch this 4-hour webcast on debugging, and you are bound to save many times thatContinue reading “Tip #3 – Become an Expert at Debugging”