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Welcome to REDCap!

REDCap is a secure, web-based application for building and managing online surveys and databases. Using REDCap's stream-lined process for rapidly developing projects, you may create and design projects using 1) the online method from your web browser using the Online Designer; and/or 2) the offline method by constructing a 'data dictionary' template file in Microsoft Excel, which can be later uploaded into REDCap. Both surveys and databases (or a mixture of the two) can be built using these methods.

REDCap provides automated export procedures for seamless data downloads to Excel and common statistical packages (SPSS, SAS, Stata, R), as well as a built-in project calendar, a scheduling module, ad hoc reporting tools, and advanced features, such as branching logic, file uploading, and calculated fields.

Learn more about REDCap by watching a brief summary video (4 min). If you would like to view other quick video tutorials of REDCap in action and an overview of its features, please see the Training Resources page.

Please note that any publication that results from a project utilizing REDCap should cite grant support (1 UL1 RR024140 01).

NOTICE: If you are collecting data for the purposes of human subjects research, review and approval of the project is required by your Institutional Review Board.

If you require assistance or have any questions about REDCap, please contact OCTRI Informatics Research Support | octrihlp@ohsu.edu.

GETTING STARTED WITH REDCAP AT OHSU

STEP 1: Attend REDCap Basics Class - REQUIRED
If you've not yet attended a REDCap Basics Tutorial, we ask that you to come to a class. Our Basics class is the best way for research teams to learn how to use REDCap and to familiarize themselves with OCTRI policies regarding REDCap use. We expect our users, especially folks who will be designing the collection forms, to be familiar with the material we cover in the tutorial. In addition, we've designed the class to be an important part of the model that allows us to provide for free REDCap and a basic level of support for REDCap.

Please note that the online videos are meant to supplement our class and are not a substitute for in-person attendance.

Basics Class
- 1st and 3rd Thursday's of each month
- 2pm to 4pm
- Hatfield Research Center in Room 12D03 (HRC 12D03)

STEP 2: Create REDCap Project
Once you've attended class and you're familiar with the software, you can request a new REDCap Project be created for your study by logging in to REDCap and completing "Request a New Project" form.

STEP 3: Learn More
Once you've started working on your project you can get help and learn more through the following:

Drop-in Help Sessions
- Thursday's
- 11am to 12noon
- Hatfield Research Center in Room 12D03 (HRC 12D03)

Advanced Class
- 4th Thursday of each month
- 10am to 11am
- Hatfield Research Center in Room 12D03 (HRC 12D03)

REDCap Features

Build online surveys and databases quickly and securely - Create and design your project rapidly using secure web authentication from your browser. No extra software is required.

Fast and flexible - Conception to production-level survey/database in less than one day.

Export data to common data analysis packages - Export your data to Microsoft Excel, PDF, SAS, Stata, R, or SPSS for analysis.

Ad Hoc Reporting - Create custom queries for generating reports to view or download.

Scheduling - Utilize a built-in project calendar and scheduling module for organizing your events and appointments.

Easily manage a contact list of survey respondents or create a simple survey link - Build a list of email contacts, create custom email invitations, and track who responds, or you may also create a single survey link to email out or post on a website.

Send files to others securely - Using 'Send-It', upload and send files to multiple recipients, including existing project documents, that are too large for email attachments or that contain sensitive data.

Save your data collection instruments as a PDF to print - Generate a PDF version of your forms and surveys for printing to collect data offline.

Advanced features - Auto-validation, calculated fields, file uploading, branching/skip logic, and survey stop actions.

REDCap API - Have external applications connect to REDCap remotely in a programmatic or automated fashion.

Data Queries - Document the process of resolving data issues using the Data Resolution Workflow module.

Piping - Inject previously collected data values into question labels, survey invitation emails, etc. to provide a more customized experience.

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