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Data management, quality assurance, and audit 

Data management, quality assurance, and audit
Chapter:
Data management, quality assurance, and audit
Author(s):

C.S. Jennings

, A.C. Mead

, J.L. Jones

, A.M. Holden

, S.B. Connolly

, K. Kotseva

, and D.A. Wood

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199236305.003.0014
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date: 23 February 2020

Clinical activity 210

Data quality 210

Audit 210

The data collected on each participant should be recorded and stored on a dedicated secure database.

A secure database is important for:

Recruitment monitoring.

Tracking of changes in clinical measurements, e.g. blood pressure/weight/medications.

Automated generation of letters for communication with patient’s general practitioner and others....

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