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How to disable or restrict secondary ID

Hi everybody,

I have a question whether there is any possible way to disable using field for secondary ID in „Add subject“. Or whether there is any way how to restrict secondary id only to two string. We need to avoid using anything else than subject initials (name, or date of birth, or any other too personal identifiers).
Do You have any idea show to do this?
Thank you for any suggestions!

Zuzana Doupovcová
Data Manager
ADDS
cell: +420 602 565 722
tel.: +420 532 195 997
email: [email protected]

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  • Hi,

    Did you check the study parameters in the study design?

    There are some options there that you can show/hide some fields.

    It is in Study Parameter Configuration in "create study" details in the "build study".

    Here are the options you have:



    Collect Subject Date of Birth?: Yes Only Year of Birth Not Used
    Allow Discrepancy Management?: Yes No
    Sex Required?: Yes No

    Person ID Required?: Required Optional Not Used
    Show Person ID on CRF Header?: Yes No
    How to Generate the Study Subject ID?: Manual Entry Auto-generated and Editable Auto-generated and Non-editable

    When Performing Data Entry, Interviewer Name Required? Yes No Not Used
    Interviewer Name Default as Blank? Blank Pre-Populated from active user
    Interviewer Name Editable? Yes No
    Interview Date Required? Yes No Not Used
    Interview Date Default as Blank? Blank Pre-Populated from Study Event
    Interview Date Editable? Yes No
    Secondary Label Viewable? Yes No
    Forced Reason For Change in Administrative Editing? Yes No
    Event Location Required? Required Optional Not Used

    Saeed.
    From: Zuzana Doupovcova
    To: [email protected]
    Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2012 11:10 AM
    Subject: [Users] How to disable or restrict secondary ID
    Hi everybody,

    I have a question whether there is any possible way to disable using field for secondary ID in „Add subject“. Or whether there is any way how to restrict secondary id only to two string. We need to avoid using anything else than subject initials (name, or date of birth, or any other too personal identifiers).
    Do You have any idea show to do this?
    Thank you for any suggestions!

    Zuzana Doupovcová
    Data Manager
    ADDS
    cell: +420 602 565 722
    tel.: +420 532 195 997
    email: [email protected]

    P Think of nature ... Do you really need to print out this e-mail?

    ADDS is a leading European CRO and CSO, offering full coverage of Phase I to IV clinical trials and late-phase studies for drugs and medical devices as well as complete Vigilance and Risk Management services - accompanying the product from its first day of conception until the late phases of its life cycle. Being a member of JSW-CI, a pan-European provider of global clinical research solutions, we are present across Europe: Western, Central and Eastern Europe including Russia. For further information, please feel free to contact us.
    ADDS, Jana Uhra 10, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic, tel: +420 532 195 996, fax: +420 532 195 966

    Popis: ADDSnewlogo2012
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    This message and any attachments from ADDS may contain confidential and privileged information and are intended solely for the recipient(s). Any unauthorised review, use, disclosure, copying or distribution is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message by mistake, please delete it and immediately notify the sender of the original message.
  • Hi,

    Of course I did, but still it is not working. I choose NO for „Secondary laber viewable“, but it doesn’t change anything at all.

    We need to disable Secondary ID, what means in „Add subject“ we will have only: Auto generated ID, date of enrollment and Sex. That’s all we need.

    But I dont’t know how to remove secondary ID, if this thing in Build study is not working.


    From: saeed esmaili sardari [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2012 5:32 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Cc: [email protected]
    Subject: Re: [Users] How to disable or restrict secondary ID

    Hi,

    Did you check the study parameters in the study design?

    There are some options there that you can show/hide some fields.

    It is in Study Parameter Configuration in "create study" details in the "build study".

    Here are the options you have:



    Collect Subject Date of Birth?:

    (X)Yes ( )Only Year of Birth ( )Not Used
    Allow Discrepancy Management?:

    (X)Yes ( )No
    Sex Required?:

    (X)Yes ( )No


    Person ID Required?:

    (X)Required ( )Optional ( )Not Used
    Show Person ID on CRF Header?:

    ( )Yes (X)No
    How to Generate the Study Subject ID?:

    (X)Manual Entry ( )Auto-generated and Editable ( )Auto-generated and Non-editable


    When Performing Data Entry, Interviewer Name Required?

    ( )Yes ( )No (X)Not Used
    Interviewer Name Default as Blank?

    (X)Blank ( )Pre-Populated from active user
    Interviewer Name Editable?

    (X)Yes ( )No
    Interview Date Required?

    ( )Yes ( )No (X)Not Used
    Interview Date Default as Blank?

    (X)Blank ( )Pre-Populated from Study Event
    Interview Date Editable?

    (X)Yes ( )No
    Secondary Label Viewable?

    (X)Yes ( )No
    Forced Reason For Change in Administrative Editing?

    (X)Yes ( )No
    Event Location Required?

    ( )Required ( )Optional (X)Not Used

    Saeed.

    From: Zuzana Doupovcova
    To: [email protected]
    Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2012 11:10 AM
    Subject: [Users] How to disable or restrict secondary ID
    Hi everybody,

    I have a question whether there is any possible way to disable using field for secondary ID in „Add subject“. Or whether there is any way how to restrict secondary id only to two string. We need to avoid using anything else than subject initials (name, or date of birth, or any other too personal identifiers).
    Do You have any idea show to do this?
    Thank you for any suggestions!

    Zuzana Doupovcová
    Data Manager
    ADDS
    cell: +420 602 565 722
    tel.: +420 532 195 997
    email: [email protected]

    P Think of nature ... Do you really need to print out this e-mail?

    ADDS is a leading European CRO and CSO, offering full coverage of Phase I to IV clinical trials and late-phase studies for drugs and medical devices as well as complete Vigilance and Risk Management services - accompanying the product from its first day of conception until the late phases of its life cycle. Being a member of JSW-CI, a pan-European provider of global clinical research solutions, we are present across Europe: Western, Central and Eastern Europe including Russia. For further information, please feel free to contact us.
    ADDS, Jana Uhra 10, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic, tel: +420 532 195 996, fax: +420 532 195 966

    Popis: ADDSnewlogo2012
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  • JanusJanus Posts: 260
    You cannot remove the Secondary ID, only mark it as not to be shown in the Event CRF Header. If you use the Add Subject located just over the header of the Subject Matrix, though, you'll get almost what you want... but here you have to choose an Event to start.
    I'm in favor of a much more configurable "Add Subject" dialog box: The only items which should always be shown, are the Study Subject ID and the enrollment date. Sex, Secondary ID should too be optional, in the exact same way as Person ID is.
    Best regards,
    Janus
    "Zuzana Doupovcova"
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    24-09-2012 11:36
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    Re: [Users] How to disable or restrict secondary ID

    Hi,

    Of course I did, but still it is not working. I choose NO for „Secondary laber viewable“, but it doesn’t change anything at all.

    We need to disable Secondary ID, what means in „Add subject“ we will have only: Auto generated ID, date of enrollment and Sex. That’s all we need.

    But I dont’t know how to remove secondary ID, if this thing in Build study is not working.


    From: saeed esmaili sardari [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2012 5:32 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Cc: [email protected]
    Subject: Re: [Users] How to disable or restrict secondary ID

    Hi,

    Did you check the study parameters in the study design?

    There are some options there that you can show/hide some fields.

    It is in Study Parameter Configuration in "create study" details in the "build study".

    Here are the options you have:



    Collect Subject Date of Birth?: (X)Yes ( )Only Year of Birth ( )Not Used
    Allow Discrepancy Management?: (X)Yes ( )No
    Sex Required?: (X)Yes ( )No

    Person ID Required?: (X)Required ( )Optional ( )Not Used
    Show Person ID on CRF Header?: ( )Yes (X)No
    How to Generate the Study Subject ID?: (X)Manual Entry ( )Auto-generated and Editable ( )Auto-generated and Non-editable

    When Performing Data Entry, Interviewer Name Required? ( )Yes ( )No (X)Not Used
    Interviewer Name Default as Blank? (X)Blank ( )Pre-Populated from active user
    Interviewer Name Editable? (X)Yes ( )No
    Interview Date Required? ( )Yes ( )No (X)Not Used
    Interview Date Default as Blank? (X)Blank ( )Pre-Populated from Study Event
    Interview Date Editable? (X)Yes ( )No
    Secondary Label Viewable? (X)Yes ( )No
    Forced Reason For Change in Administrative Editing? (X)Yes ( )No
    Event Location Required? ( )Required ( )Optional (X)Not Used

    Saeed.

    From: Zuzana Doupovcova
    To: [email protected]
    Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2012 11:10 AM
    Subject: [Users] How to disable or restrict secondary ID
    Hi everybody,

    I have a question whether there is any possible way to disable using field for secondary ID in „Add subject“. Or whether there is any way how to restrict secondary id only to two string. We need to avoid using anything else than subject initials (name, or date of birth, or any other too personal identifiers).
    Do You have any idea show to do this?
    Thank you for any suggestions!

    Zuzana Doupovcová
    Data Manager
    ADDS
    cell: +420 602 565 722
    tel.: +420 532 195 997
    email: [email protected]

    P Think of nature ... Do you really need to print out this e-mail?

    ADDS is a leading European CRO and CSO, offering full coverage of Phase I to IV clinical trials and late-phase studies for drugs and medical devices as well as complete Vigilance and Risk Management services - accompanying the product from its first day of conception until the late phases of its life cycle. Being a member of JSW-CI, a pan-European provider of global clinical research solutions, we are present across Europe: Western, Central and Eastern Europe including Russia. For further information, please feel free to contact us.
    ADDS, Jana Uhra 10, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic, tel: +420 532 195 996, fax: +420 532 195 966
    CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE:
    This message and any attachments from ADDS may contain confidential and privileged information and are intended solely for the recipient(s). Any unauthorised review, use, disclosure, copying or distribution is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message by mistake, please delete it and immediately notify the sender of the original message.
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