Efficiency is important in medical research, with limited time and funds using an electronic data capture system helped Bart Torensma and his team complete their study in 8 months.
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Through departmental licenses, an entire academic department can enable their researchers to run studies within Castor EDC. The Academisch Medisch Centrum (Academic Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam), Department of Anesthesiology recently signed a department license for its researchers and we spoke to them shortly after their kick-off training event.
A leading cause of chronic liver disease is hepatitis C viral infection (HCV), unfortunately prevalence data in Belgium are seriously outdated. The PrevER-trial is including 3000 participants within a 4-month period with two individuals working on data collection.
You may have noticed that recently Castor has added a new versioning style to the footer. In this blog post, find out what it means and why we did it.
Today, global multicenter trials are possible because of the advances in technology and ability to share information securely. Combining easy-to-use data capture tools and imaging capture software, the INTRAGO II clinical trial on Glioblastoma Multiforme is collecting data from around the world.
Traditionally done on paper, surveys are a common way to collect data from study participants. In this blog, we discuss the benefits of surveys and how you can use them for your study.