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Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) Toolset
REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure web application for building and managing online surveys and databases. Despite its broad potential application, the primary function is for Electronic Data Capture, specifi cally for Clinical Trial Management solutions. REDCap is a globally implemented platform at over 450 institutional partners from CTSA, GCRC, RCMI and other institutions in 49 countries. The REDCap application allows users to build and manage online surveys and databases quickly and securely, and is currently in production use or development build-status for more than 44,000 projects with over 59,000 users spanning numerous research focus areas across the consortium.
REDCap's stream-lined process for rapidly developing projects, is made for easily creating and designing projects using 1) an online method from your web browser using the Online Designer; and/or 2) an offline method by constructing a 'data dictionary' template fi le in Microsoft Excel, which can be later uploaded into REDCap. Both surveys and databases (or a mixture of the two) can be built using these methods.
REDCap provides audit trails for tracking data manipulation and user activity, as well as automated export procedures for seamless data downloads to Excel, PDF, and common statistical packages (SPSS, SAS, Stata, R). Also included are a built-in project calendar, a scheduling module, ad hoc reporting tools, and advanced features, such as branching logic, file uploading, and calculated fi elds. REDCap has a quick and easy software installation process, so that you can get REDCap running and fully functional in a matter of minutes.
• Already globally distributed and implemented at over 450 institutions
• Software now enables 21CFR part 11 compliance
• Can also be used to design and implement preclinical research projects
• Ease of project design with two methods for project creation or adaptation
• Currently translated to Chinese, French, German, and Portuguese, with more coming
Inventors:Paul HarrisJon PayneNathaniel Gonzalez