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Has your research team ever gotten to the end a study, only to wish you’d gone about data collection differently? Here are four strategies for optimizing your data collection from Bas de Veer, REDCap expert and senior computer specialist at ITHS....

Opportunities for training in translational methods are limited for University of Washington predoctoral students who have an interest in multidisciplinary research. The ITHS TL1 Translational Research Training Program, which is now accepting applications for its 2017 yearlong cohort, seeks to fill this training gap....

A collaborative care approach that includes both medical care coordination and cognitive behavioral therapy may help reduce anxiety and depression in adolescents with persistent post-concussive symptoms, according to a new study from the Seattle Sports Concussion Research Collaborative at Seattle Children’s....

If you run a continuous survey, you may want to run a weekly or monthly report to get an overview of what was submitted. Follow these steps to set up reporting in your REDCap project....

Since 2014, the Seattle/King County Clinic has enlisted volunteers to provide free dental, vision, and medical care to thousands. Through his pilot initiative, volunteer TL1 Trainee Kailyn Elliott aims to learn more about the patients and the pop-up clinic's long-term impact on their health....

Do you ever feel that the normal REDCap public survey URLs are too unwieldy? With a new feature from REDCap, you can now create custom survey URLs that are easier to remember....

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a data visualization is worth at least 10,000. In this post, we’ve outlined four data visualization practices that may seem like a good idea but should actually be avoided....