Here’s an explanation of the other tabs:
Publication: Is for bibliographic information about the study.
Adverse events: Catalogs any harms caused by the interventions or the research itself.
Quality: Collects data related to the quality of the research and any risks of bias. Potential fields include details on randomization, blinding of participants and selective reporting.
Finalize: This is where you signal that you’re done creating your data extraction form and you’re ready to share it with your team.
Want to know more about how to use SRDR? Start with these video tutorials:
SRDR Overview: Viewing and Initiating a Project Want to know more about how to use SRDR? Start with these video tutorials:
SRDR: Creating an Extraction Form Want to know more about how to use SRDR? Start with these video tutorials:
A word of advice: spend some time writing out the elements of your extraction form BEFORE you log on to SRDR. This technology offers a great way to organize your form, but it’s more useful if you already have a good sense of the data you plan to collect.