I'm Vicky King, a Professional Services Consultant here at Cayuse and I'll be sharing this week's tip.
One of the most frequently asked questions I hear during Human Ethics implementations is how to capture comments or information analysts want reviewers to see for their review that isn't specific to a question in a protocol submission. The comment field on the analyst checklist isn't visible to reviewers, so how can they communicate?
One of the creative ways I've seen users accomplish this is to choose a question in the form that doesn't typically need comments or editing by the research team (this may be a different form question for each institution) and add a restricted comment. These comments are visible to any analyst or reviewer but not to the research team. Making this part of your standard process is a simple and effective way of capturing analyst-reviewer communication.
How does your institution accomplish this? Please reply with your creative solutions!
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