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UAT Roadmap: Navigating User Acceptance Testing

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Quality by Design (QbD)

Quality by Design (QbD) is a strategic approach emphasizing the need to build quality into a study’s design rather than relying solely on testing.
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The Basics of UAT

UAT ensures that a system meets the requirements and expectations of study end-users. Who participates, what are their responsibilities, and what does the process look like?
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UAT Do’s & Don’ts

Our Do’s and Don’ts are your guiding principles for effective and efficient UAT.

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Writing an Effective UAT Script

A UAT script allows end-users to verify that the electronic data capture (EDC) system meets their requirements and workflow needs.

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The UAT Mindset in EDCs

The UAT mindset involves constantly challenging assumptions, thinking about the end user’s perspective, and working collaboratively.

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Insider Perspectives of UAT

Learn more about UAT from two seasoned professionals who have a wealth of experience in the world of EDC UAT.

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What is User Acceptance Testing?

User Acceptance Testing (UAT) in clinical research is a crucial phase, following the study design and build stage, during which user representatives work together to ensure data can be captured as described in the protocol and data integrity is upheld in compliance with relevant regulations. A structured approach to UAT facilitates effective validation, leading to successful system implementation and regulatory compliance.

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