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Looking to increase clinical research study enrollment? An ITHS research coordinator shares his top tips for recruiting study participants and why research coordinators should not be afraid of marketing....

Researchers from the University of Washington's Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute are studying how education, counseling, and take-home Naloxone kits impact opioid overdose numbers....

Frequent users of REDCap can run into challenges differentiating one project from another as their project list grows. This issue most often occurs when they have multiple projects with similar names or went through multiple iterations to develop a single project. To address this issue, REDCap...

Dr. Dennis Turk is leading a multi-site clinical trial examining treatment options for patients with fibromyalgia. When Dr. Turk encountered recruitment challenges, he was able to work with ITHS to boost his monthly recruitment numbers by 95% with the help of biomedical informatics....

Helping patients get their high blood pressure under control is a challenging goal for primary care practices everywhere. For 2014 Million Hearts Hypertension Control Champion award winner Peninsula Community Health Services (PCHS) in Bremerton, Wash., this goal was especially important. More than 26 percent of...

Efforts to recruit participants for local clinical research studies got a boost today with the launch of the new Participate in Research website. This site, which was originally released by the Institute of Translational Health Sciences late last year, has been redesigned to improve the...

Bas de Veer, REDCap Administrator for the Institute of Translational Health Sciences, recently attended the REDCap 2015 Conference hosted by the Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute. We had an opportunity to catch up with Mr. de Veer for a few minutes post-conference to hear...

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