Prelude EDC Tips & Tricks: Utilizing Summaries
By Editorial Team on November 30, 2017
Did you know that each Prelude EDC study comes with a set of standard Summaries? They aggregate Subject and Site-level data, enabling faster monitoring and data validation. Standard Subject-level summaries may include Subject Status, Form Status, Query Details, and Comments (Note to Field). Standard Site-level summaries may include Site Status, Enrollment, Form Status, Queries and Comments (Note to Field). Custom summaries are also available upon request (and include, but are not limited to Adverse Events, Deviations, Note to File, etc.).
To access a Subject or Site Summary, navigate to the Subject or Site list page and Click the “Summaries” button in the footer of the page.
Also, please note that if any Searches or Filters have been applied, the Summary data will only display the filtered data set. At the Subject level, you can view Summaries for all sites, or a specific site by specifying in the site dropdown (see Figure 1).
Figure 1. Site selection dropdown can be found in the page header.
You can then narrow the scope of the subjects you’re viewing by applying search criteria (see Figure 2).
Figure 2. Adding Search criteria can help narrow the scope.
See our Tips and Tricks on Layering Data Searches for more details on applying search criteria.
Below is a table of examples found in Prelude EDC:
Please contact your Prelude Project Manager for more details or questions on this article.