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Discrepancy notes: view within record

Dear all,

We have defined two trials in OpenClinica and they behave differently with regard to the ‘view within record’ functionality when addressing discrepancy notes.

1) In study A when one clicks ‘view within record’, both the discrepancy note and the associated CRF pop up. The CRF appears in the ‘enter data’ mode and is thus editable (the ‘save’ button appears)
2) In study B when one clicks ‘view within record’, both the discrepancy note and the associated CRF pop up, but the CRF is not editable and appears in the ‘view’ mode

Situation 1 is the preferred option; we would like to edit study B in such a way that it has the same functionality as study A when using ‘view within record’.
But how do we do this?

Thanks a lot,
Nelly



Met vriendelijke groeten,



Nelly van der Meer, MSc


Trialmanager/ Datamanager


Clinical Trial Center


Erasmus MC



Postbus 2040, 3000 CA Rotterdam, intern postadres HS4-23


Bezoekadres: s-Gravendijkwal 230, 3015 CE Rotterdam, kamer HS4-20


E [email protected] | T 010 704 19 94 | F 010 704 10 28


www.erasmusmc.nl



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  • tdpurnattdpurnat Posts: 126
    Are the study set up parameters the same between the two studies?
    Are you using double data entry? The CRF is not editable until double data entry is completed.
    Or, with single data entry, the factor that comes to my mind is that the CRF has not been marked as "Complete". Workflow at that time assumes taht the data will still be changed by investigator before final save.
    Tina
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    2014-01-31 N. van der Meer :
    Dear all,

    We have defined two trials in OpenClinica and they behave differently with regard to the ‘view within record’ functionality when addressing discrepancy notes.

    1) In study A when one clicks ‘view within record’, both the discrepancy note and the associated CRF pop up. The CRF appears in the ‘enter data’ mode and is thus editable (the ‘save’ button appears)
    2) In study B when one clicks ‘view within record’, both the discrepancy note and the associated CRF pop up, but the CRF is not editable and appears in the ‘view’ mode

    Situation 1 is the preferred option; we would like to edit study B in such a way that it has the same functionality as study A when using ‘view within record’.
    But how do we do this?

    Thanks a lot,
    Nelly



    Met vriendelijke groeten,



    Nelly van der Meer, MSc


    Trialmanager/ Datamanager


    Clinical Trial Center


    Erasmus MC



    Postbus 2040, 3000 CA Rotterdam, intern postadres HS4-23


    Bezoekadres: s-Gravendijkwal 230, 3015 CE Rotterdam, kamer HS4-20


    E [email protected] | T 010 704 19 94 | F 010 704 10 28


    www.erasmusmc.nl



    Aanwezig: Dinsdag t/m vrijdag
  • Dear Tina,

    Thank you very much for your reply.
    The study set-up parameters are similar between both studies. We use single data entry. But indeed it has to do with the CRF status. When the CRF still bears the status ‘data entry started’, the ‘view within record’ functionality brings you to the CRF in ‘view’ mode (and is thus not editable). When the CRF is set to ‘complete’, both the discrepancy note and the CRF in editable mode pop up. Makes sense.

    Kind regards,
    Nelly




    Met vriendelijke groeten,



    Nelly van der Meer, MSc


    Trialmanager/ Datamanager


    Clinical Trial Center


    Erasmus MC



    Postbus 2040, 3000 CA Rotterdam, intern postadres HS4-23


    Bezoekadres: s-Gravendijkwal 230, 3015 CE Rotterdam, kamer HS4-20


    E [email protected] | T 010 704 19 94 | F 010 704 10 28


    www.erasmusmc.nl



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    Sent: vrijdag 31 januari 2014 12:39
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    Subject: Re: [Users] Discrepancy notes: view within record

    Are the study set up parameters the same between the two studies?

    Are you using double data entry? The CRF is not editable until double data entry is completed.

    Or, with single data entry, the factor that comes to my mind is that the CRF has not been marked as "Complete". Workflow at that time assumes taht the data will still be changed by investigator before final save.

    Tina
    -------------
    Skype: tdpurnat | Office: +49 89 38 03 89 67 | Mobile: +49 151 29 17 99 64

    Why are my emails so terse? emailcharter.org [TED blog]


    2014-01-31 N. van der Meer :
    Dear all,

    We have defined two trials in OpenClinica and they behave differently with regard to the ‘view within record’ functionality when addressing discrepancy notes.

    1) In study A when one clicks ‘view within record’, both the discrepancy note and the associated CRF pop up. The CRF appears in the ‘enter data’ mode and is thus editable (the ‘save’ button appears)
    2) In study B when one clicks ‘view within record’, both the discrepancy note and the associated CRF pop up, but the CRF is not editable and appears in the ‘view’ mode

    Situation 1 is the preferred option; we would like to edit study B in such a way that it has the same functionality as study A when using ‘view within record’.
    But how do we do this?

    Thanks a lot,
    Nelly



    Met vriendelijke groeten,



    Nelly van der Meer, MSc


    Trialmanager/ Datamanager


    Clinical Trial Center


    Erasmus MC



    Postbus 2040, 3000 CA Rotterdam, intern postadres HS4-23


    Bezoekadres: s-Gravendijkwal 230, 3015 CE Rotterdam, kamer HS4-20


    E [email protected] | T 010 704 19 94 | F 010 704 10 28


    www.erasmusmc.nl



    Aanwezig: Dinsdag t/m vrijdag
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