If you’re new to clinical data management, that question is understandable. You’ve never had any trouble building surveys online, after all. You asked for numbers, and got numbers. Solicited preferences, got preferences. What difference should it make now that the data you need is medical?
Experienced clinical data managers know the answer all too well. Data that concerns the safety and efficacy of a treatment, or that’s meant to describe the course of a disease, is the informational equivalent of dynamite. Handled properly, it can open new avenues. Handled improperly, it can lead to disaster. In any case, how we collect this data is heavily regulated.
Don’t let your efforts to capture better data, faster, end in an explosion. We’ve produced this guide to help you build forms that will:
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