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OpenClinica Manual on WikiBooks

Hello Gerben, hello Krister, hello all,
I think, we should continue discussing the main topics in the user forum, otherwise we'd be closing the list of participants to early.
Maybe I'm missing something here ... if I'm not completely wrong, everybody would have to include these SOPs into their own system, no matter where they come from?
Rick mentioned an outline of a manual he has ready for his investigators? Perhaps he could provide this to Gerben as a basic list of content to start a wikibook?
I think we should start with the manual on WikiBooks and have a section there concerning 21 CFR 11 and other regulatory requirements.
Maike
Hi Krister,
I see your point and agree that for regulatory approval we will not come far with a link to a WikiBook ;-) and Shmulik just added a similar comment to the mailinglist.
However, I think a lot of users would like to see something of a manual, or even a quickstart. Maybe we could begin with that and then use the WikiBook as a startingpoint for SOP's.
What do you think?
Gerben Rienk
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That's fine Gerben but I think that we have to have a much more controlled environment to create these documents if they are going to pass any sort of regulatory approva.
Regards
Krister
Dear all,
Did anyone already start a wikibook on http://en.wikibooks.org ?
If not so, I'd be happy to start one.
Let's get this rolling,
Gerben Rienk
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Comments

  • haenselhaensel Posts: 602 ✭✭✭
    Since I'm a bit inpatient, I already started a wikibook[1]. Feel free to edit and delete whatever you want.
    Currently there is only a main page but I'm sure further content will follow.
    Regards,
    Christian
    [1] http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/OpenClinicaUser_Manual
    Am 29.3.2010 10:05, schrieb maike kaluscha:
    > Hello Gerben, hello Krister, hello all,
    > I think, we should continue discussing the main topics in the user forum, otherwise we'd be closing the list of participants to early.
    > Maybe I'm missing something here ... if I'm not completely wrong, everybody would have to include these SOPs into their own system, no matter where they come from?
    > Rick mentioned an outline of a manual he has ready for his investigators? Perhaps he could provide this to Gerben as a basic list of content to start a wikibook?
    > I think we should start with the manual on WikiBooks and have a section there concerning 21 CFR 11 and other regulatory requirements.
    > Maike
    >
    > Hi Krister,
    >
    > I see your point and agree that for regulatory approval we will not come far with a link to a WikiBook ;-) and Shmulik just added a similar comment to the mailinglist.
    > However, I think a lot of users would like to see something of a manual, or even a quickstart. Maybe we could begin with that and then use the WikiBook as a startingpoint for SOP's.
    > What do you think?
    > Gerben Rienk
    >
    > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > That's fine Gerben but I think that we have to have a much more controlled environment to create these documents if they are going to pass any sort of regulatory approva.
    > Regards
    > Krister
    >
    > Dear all,
    > Did anyone already start a wikibook on http://en.wikibooks.org ?
    > If not so, I'd be happy to start one.
    > Let's get this rolling,
    > Gerben Rienk
    >
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    IT / Software Developer
    Tel.: +49-(0)89-5526189-16
    Fax : +49-(0)89-5526189-55
    E-Mail: [email protected]
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    http://www.reliatec.de
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  • kristiakesourcekristiakesource Posts: 133
    That's fine, I like you initiative. We ccan look at the WikiBook as the
    source of the material that we can use as the background for the manual. SOP
    is something that many users desperately have a need for and we can really
    contribute to improve on this!
    Regards
    Krister
    -----Original Message-----
    On Behalf Of Christian Hänsel
    Sent: Monday, March 29, 2010 1:04 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: Re: [Users] OpenClinica Manual on WikiBooks
    Since I'm a bit inpatient, I already started a wikibook[1]. Feel free to
    edit and delete whatever you want.
    Currently there is only a main page but I'm sure further content will
    follow.
    Regards,
    Christian
    [1] http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/OpenClinicaUser_Manual
    Am 29.3.2010 10:05, schrieb maike kaluscha:
    > > Hello Gerben, hello Krister, hello all,
    > > I think, we should continue discussing the main topics in the user
    > > forum, otherwise we'd be closing the list of participants to early.
    > > Maybe I'm missing something here ... if I'm not completely wrong,
    > > everybody would have to include these SOPs into their own system, no
    > > matter where they come from?
    > > Rick mentioned an outline of a manual he has ready for his
    > > investigators? Perhaps he could provide this to Gerben as a basic list
    > > of content to start a wikibook?
    > > I think we should start with the manual on WikiBooks and have a
    > > section there concerning 21 CFR 11 and other regulatory requirements.
    > > Maike
    > >
    > > Hi Krister,
    > >
    > > I see your point and agree that for regulatory approval we will not
    > > come far with a link to a WikiBook ;-) and Shmulik just added a
    > > similar comment to the mailinglist.
    > > However, I think a lot of users would like to see something of a
    > > manual, or even a quickstart. Maybe we could begin with that and then
    > > use the WikiBook as a startingpoint for SOP's.
    > > What do you think?
    > > Gerben Rienk
    > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >
    > > That's fine Gerben but I think that we have to have a much more
    > > controlled environment to create these documents if they are going to
    > > pass any sort of regulatory approva.
    > > Regards
    > > Krister
    > >
    > > Dear all,
    > > Did anyone already start a wikibook on http://en.wikibooks.org
    > > ?
    > > If not so, I'd be happy to start one.
    > > Let's get this rolling,
    > > Gerben Rienk
    > >
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  • kristiakkristiak Posts: 1,329 ✭✭✭
    Agree! The problem is that there are a lot of user out there who really
    would need help with their SOP to get compliant.
    Regards
    Krister
    -----Original Message-----
    On Behalf Of maike kaluscha
    Sent: Monday, March 29, 2010 10:06 AM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] OpenClinica Manual on WikiBooks
    Hello Gerben, hello Krister, hello all,
    I think, we should continue discussing the main topics in the user
    forum, otherwise we'd be closing the list of participants to early.
    Maybe I'm missing something here ... if I'm not completely wrong,
    everybody would have to include these SOPs into their own system, no
    matter where they come from?
    Rick mentioned an outline of a manual he has ready for his
    investigators? Perhaps he could provide this to Gerben as a basic list
    of content to start a wikibook?
    I think we should start with the manual on WikiBooks and have a section
    there concerning 21 CFR 11 and other regulatory requirements.
    Maike
    Hi Krister,
    I see your point and agree that for regulatory approval we will not come
    far with a link to a WikiBook ;-) and Shmulik just added a similar
    comment to the mailinglist.
    However, I think a lot of users would like to see something of a manual,
    or even a quickstart. Maybe we could begin with that and then use the
    WikiBook as a startingpoint for SOP's.
    What do you think?
    Gerben Rienk
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    That's fine Gerben but I think that we have to have a much more
    controlled environment to create these documents if they are going to
    pass any sort of regulatory approva.
    Regards
    Krister
    Dear all,
    Did anyone already start a wikibook on http://en.wikibooks.org
    ?
    If not so, I'd be happy to start one.
    Let's get this rolling,
    Gerben Rienk
    -- maike kaluscha kks bremen tab, am fallturm 1 28359 bremen [email protected] t +49 421 218 8996 f +49 421 218 8944
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