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Calculate Participant BMI

2019-09-06T12:39:31-04:00

CALCULATE PARTICIPANT BMI Custom code description: Add 2 fields to participant profile form: Height and Weight. Calculate participant bmi (kg/m2). SQL statements to run:

Calculate Participant BMI2019-09-06T12:39:31-04:00

Where do I find access logs for existing users?

2019-10-09T13:53:18-04:00

WHERE DO I FIND ACCESS LOGS FOR EXISTING USERS? The Administration Option: From the main menu, click the Tool Menu to access the extra ATiM plugins. If you have access to administrate the ATiM application, you should be able to click the Administration [...]

Where do I find access logs for existing users?2019-10-09T13:53:18-04:00

Where do I find what version of ATiM am I using?

2019-10-09T13:53:32-04:00

WHERE DO I FIND WHAT VERSION OF ATIM AM I USING? On all pages: The version number is displayed at the bottom of the screen. The Administration Option: This option will show you the current version as well as the install history. From the main [...]

Where do I find what version of ATiM am I using?2019-10-09T13:53:32-04:00

How to edit an existing user

2019-10-09T13:53:38-04:00

HOW TO EDIT AN EXISTING USER The Administration Option From the main menu: click the Tool Menu to access the extra ATiM plugins. If you have access to administrate the ATiM application, you should be able to click the Administration icon and title in the list. If you [...]

How to edit an existing user2019-10-09T13:53:38-04:00

Define aliquot position into a storage

2019-10-09T13:53:43-04:00

DEFINE ALIQUOT POSITION INTO A STORAGE This guide will describe the process of to: define the storage (eg. box) that will contain an aliquot and, set the position of this aliquot into the storage. Notes: The following examples are based on a box that should be previously built following [...]

Define aliquot position into a storage2019-10-09T13:53:43-04:00

Create collected specimens and aliquots

2019-10-09T13:54:40-04:00

CREATE COLLECTED SPECIMENS AND ALIQUOTS This guide will describe the process to record: Two tissues (right and left ovaries) plus two bloods collected:  From the same participant. At the same date. During the same surgery. And aliquots of these 4 specimens. Create Collection Open Inventory [...]

Create collected specimens and aliquots2019-10-09T13:54:40-04:00

View a history of clinical events for a participant

2019-10-09T13:54:47-04:00

VIEW A HISTORY OF CLINICAL EVENTS FOR A PARTICIPANT All clinical data entered can be viewed by under the chronology menu item which will display clinical events (including consent) all listed in date of occurrence. To see this data, select Chronology from the clinical menu. [...]

View a history of clinical events for a participant2019-10-09T13:54:47-04:00

Use the diagnosis section

2019-10-09T13:54:53-04:00

USE THE DIAGNOSIS SECTION The following examples will help to illustrate how we model patient disease in the system. It is essential to capture the diagnosis history accurately as each entry can be linked to additional clinical data (treatment, lab reports, screening). We use the following terms and definitions when discussing the [...]

Use the diagnosis section2019-10-09T13:54:53-04:00

Link my participant to an existing collection

2019-10-09T13:54:10-04:00

LINK MY PARTICIPANT TO AN EXISTING COLLECTION Description: In ATiM, participant products are grouped under collections: Participant collection - A collection having this type is linked to a participant. (Or is intended to be linked to a participant.) Independent collection - A collection of this type cannot be linked to a participant. [...]

Link my participant to an existing collection2019-10-09T13:54:10-04:00

Assign a protocol to a treatment

2019-10-09T13:54:22-04:00

ASSIGN A PROTOCOL TO A TREATMENT From Clinical Annotations, you may choose the participant that you wish to edit. In the drop down menu, click Treatment. You may now edit or add a treatment. Select the protocol you wish to assign to the [...]

Assign a protocol to a treatment2019-10-09T13:54:22-04:00