Research site collaboration builds efficient database for CR sites

May 2008
Clinical Trials Administrator;May2008, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p49
The article discusses Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap), an electronic data capture (EDC) system for clinical research (CR.) REDCap is designed by a group of CR professionals and informatics experts especializing in research. A registered nurse describes REDCap as a user-friendly database for storing information and tracking study participants. Also given are the features of REDCap.


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