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CAHS Research Education Program | Research Skills Seminar Series

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Using REDCap for Data Capture and Management

Friday, 6th May 2022

Seminar Synopsis:

The Department of Health WA now preferentially supports REDCap use and many health service providers are switching to REDCap as the database of choice for safely entering, storing and reporting on data. This presentation covers how to access REDCap, basic REDCap functionality, and where to go for further assistance and resources and is presented by staff from The Telethon Kids Institute Biometrics team, which provides access to REDCap for all Telethon Kids, Child and Adolescent Health Services (CAHS), and Perth Children’s Hospital based researchers.

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TKI Biometrics Team

Raskshya Khadka – Web/Database Developer, Telethon Kids Institute

Ali Hollingsworth – Research Data Manager, Telethon Kids Institute

Biometrics is a newly formed platform that encompasses the expertise of TKI's Biostatistics and Data Services functions, with the aim of providing a comprehensive experience from data collection through to data analysis.

The insights gained from research findings ultimately stem from the providing context to the analysis of collected, as such, it is vital that all research studies have a solid foundation for data collection and analysis that is aligned with the research question at hand.

The TKI Data Services team includes database analysts, programmers, and data managers who support a range of technologies for data collection, storage, and archival. These range from off the shelf data collection platforms like iApply and REDCap, to custom built solutions including implementations through Microsoft’s .NET framework and SQL databases.

Working together as a cohesive unit, Biometrics can provide researchers with advice and support to ensure their data are both structured and coded appropriately to facilitate the analysis required to answer their researcher questions. Combining these functions reduces the burden on the researcher to achieve the outcomes they require and ensures best practice is adopted from project initiation through to project closure.

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There are three ways you can attend the seminar:

1. Attend in-person at Perth Children's Hospital, PCH Auditorium, Level 5 (MAP)

2. Watch online from a hosted video-conference location:

  • Fiona Stanley Hospital
  • Lion's Eye Institute (QEII - LEI Staff only)
  • Royal Perth Hospital

Nb. If you would like to host a regular video-conference at your site, please contact us via email researcheducationprogram@health.wa.gov.au. 

3. Online video-stream via Avaya Workplace

You can watch our seminars in real-time via Avaya Workplace through your PC browser or by downloading the Avaya app to your personal device.

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About the CAHS Research Education Program, Research Skills Seminar Series

The Research Education Program (REP) is an open access resource provided by the Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS), Department of Research and is generously supported by the PCH Foundation. The Program provides valuable educational resources to support staff and students of any clinical discipline and level of experience to undertake high quality, meaningful research.

The Program includes the Research Skills Seminar Series, REDCap workshops and resources and the Clinical Audit Handbook.

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Nedlands, WA 6009

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The CAHS Research Education Program presents the Research Skills Seminar Series, hosted by the Child and Adolescent Health Service and supported by the Perth Children's Hospital Foundation.

We offer free, open-access learning opportunities on key topics across the research process, with comprehensive handouts including additional information and resources. All our Seminars can be attended during your lunch-hour and are broadcast live online through various hosted video-conference sites, and available for viewing on your PC or personal device via the Avaya Workplace application. Access past past recordings on our website, download a copy of the schedule.

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  • Email: researcheducationprogram@health.wa.gov.au

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