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Top Four Takeaways from REDCap 2014 Conference

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences' REDCap Administrator, Bas de Veer, was among the more than 180 attendees at this year’s REDCap Annual Conference in Park City, Utah. REDCap, which was developed by Vanderbilt University, is a free, web-based application for Electronic Data Capture that...

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ITHS Launches REDCap Offline Standalone Application

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences announced today the launch of REDCap Offline, a new standalone version of the popular REDCap electronic data capture tool. The Offline version of REDCap is designed to aid researchers in capturing data when they are operating without a reliable...

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New Content and Resources for Online Learning Center Released

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences announced today the release of several new features to its popular Self-Directed Learning Center. The ITHS Self-Directed Learning Center is a free online learning repository. The Learning Center is designed to serve users with beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels...

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Medical assistant Grace Au with male infant patient

New Health Center Adds ITHS Hispanic Outreach Program

Latino communities in the five-state WWAMI region will soon be benefitting from the synergies that result from combining the efforts of the Hispanic Community Outreach Program (HCOP) with the new Latino Center for Health at the University of Washington. The HCOP was developed by the Group Health Research Institute (GHRI)...

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Studies Examine Fecal Transplant Treatments for Crohn’s

Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT), also known as a stool transplant, may soon be a treatment option for children afflicted with Crohn’s disease thanks to the work of a researcher at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Crohn’s is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that is often accompanied by a...

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REDCap Tip of the Month: Spanish Characters

While the majority of REDCap users conduct their research in English, there are a number of projects that target Spanish-speaking participants. The Spanish language contains a number of special characters that often do not display properly on participant’s web browsers. When this occurs, the characters in...

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