There are many instances when the same or similar set of requirements exists across several groups of participants (e.g., “obtain consent”, “complete medical history”), and/or multiple time-points (e.g., “draw blood”), as in a longitudinal study.
Rather than define sets of requirements multiple times, we introduced a feature in RexStudy that will allow study configurers to “clone requirements.” It operates much as you would expect–by making an identical copy of the requirements list from a group or time-point, then allowing you to add or remove from this list as needed to satisfy the new group or time-point.
This feature has the capacity to dramatically cut down the time it takes to to set up a study while simultaneously improving the consistency of data collection. It’s a simple feature but offers tremendous value to time-strapped research teams who would rather focus more on their research, and less on the configuration of their study.
Have you used Clone Requirements yet? Give it a try and let us know what you think!
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