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REDCap

Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) is a rapidly evolving web tool developed by researchers for researchers in the translational domain.

REDCap features a high degree of customizability for your forms and advanced user right control. It also features free, unlimited survey functionality, a sophisticated export module with support for all the popular statistical programs, and supports HIPAA compliance.

How Researchers Use REDCap

Researchers use REDCap for a variety of different purposes, including:

  • Administering simple recruitment surveys
  • Collecting data for low-budget clinical trials
  • Supporting operational activities such as class registration or evaluation
  • Tracking adverse events
  • Creating longitudinal studies with automatic follow-up surveys
  • Administrating multi-site studies
  • Eliminating double data entry

REDCap Consortium site

You can also learn more about REDCap by visiting the global REDCap Consortium site maintained by Vanderbilt University.

Visit the REDCap Consortium Site

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