Before using REDCap, all users must first register their projects or study in ProTrackS. After registration you will receive an email confirming your submission, including: CCTS ID and Project title. Each service/resource or information you have requestedalerts a CCTS providerand you will be contacted within 1 business day
REDCap is an easy to use, self-service application subsidized for University of Utah research needs by the Center for Clinical Translational Science. Thus, all users must first register their projects / study in ProTrackS. Please visit protracks.ccts.utah.edu and click on Request Services to register the study and obtain a CCTS ID.
REDCap offers a secure web application for building and managing online surveys and databases. While REDCap can be use to collect virtually any type of data (including 21 cFR Part 11, FISMA and HIPPA-compliant environments), it is specifically geared to support online or offline data capture for search studies and operations.
REDCap's streamlined process for rapidly creating and designing projects offers a vast array of tools that can be tailored to virtually any data collection strategy. You are welcome to create your project on your own or with the support of or full implementation by the BMIC group for a fee. Visit Services and Fees. BMIC has created a wealth of Knowledge Articles within REDCap to assist you in developing your project.
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.
Please remember to cite the CTSA grant for all services received by the Utah CCTS resulting in publications are required tociteour CTSA grant from The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UL1TR001067 for period 5/1/13–3/30/18 and UL1TR002538 for period 4/1/18-2/28/23.
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