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Tip #3 – Save time with “Quick Entry” on changes

By | July 22nd, 2016|Categories: Spinnaker Tips|

Spinnaker tracks changes that people make to your database. At the most basic level we track who made the change, what day/time they made it, and the before and after snapshots of each data point changed. We know this can be a pain and we are here to help not hinder. So look out for the [...]

Congratulations TARGET

By | June 28th, 2016|Categories: Study Success|

Congratulations to all the team on TARGET which opened for enrolments last week and has already enrolled 23 patients across Australia and New Zealand. It’s a privilege working with so many dedicated people. The offline conditions and hold ups on this trial challenged us all but we got there in the end, on budget and all [...]

Tip #2: DIY locations

By | March 18th, 2016|Categories: Spinnaker Tips|

Some software makes it hard to add locations. With Spinnaker the Project Manager can easily add locations and control access to the software. Part of the "Manage" section in Spinnaker.

Case study: CAMERA2: A novel way of treating MRSA

By | March 7th, 2016|Categories: Study Success|

I’d like to recognise the work done by the CAMERA team in getting the CAMERA Trial off the ground and flying. It's 6 months since the study started taking enrolments. Recruitment is on target, hospitals in Singapore and Israel have recently joined the multiple sites across Australia. The CAMERA Trial - Combination Antibiotic therapy for Methicillin [...]

Tip #1: Quickly see the status of any patient

By | February 18th, 2016|Categories: Spinnaker Tips|

Use the “Find a patient” page to quickly see the status of the data entry on the CRF for any patient. Heres what those status icons mean: a tick means all the data required for this form has been entered into the database (the study project manager will define the requirements) a question mark means some [...]