The Create or Edit Scheduled Subject Visits or Events application allows Study Designers to create scheduled visit intervals per your defined protocol visit schedule.
Fixed Scheduled Visit Intervals Columns Definitions:
- Interval Name - Name the Interval that will display in the subject records
- Time Post Treatment - Amount of time the interval will occur after the interval indicated in column 6.
- Visit Time Unit - Unit of time measurement (Days or Hours) applicable to the Time post-treatment in column 2.
- Low Range of Visit Window - Acceptable time window prior to the targe time from column 2.
- High Range of Visit Window - Acceptable time window beyond the target time from column 2.
- Relative to Interval - The Interval which column 2 is calculated from. In other words, the dependency on the interval calculation.
- Visit Date Form - Any interval which is relative to the current interval will also need to know which form specifically to calculate off of.
- Sequence - Set the order the Intervals display in Scheduled Visits/Event Forms Table.
- Do not show date - Checking this box or indicating Yes will hide the date window for the corresponding visit. This is helpful in instances where a window is not applicable.
- Included Forms - Forms that will be included and/or required in that particular interval.
- Edit - Click Edit to edit any of the settings of that interval.
- Delete - Click to delete the interval row.
2. Add new intervals (see item definitions above)
3. Clinical Studio offers two types of scheduled visit interfaces.
- The Traditional Type is a grid of all scheduled visits and the forms that need completion within each visit interval.
- The Single Interval Selection drop-down is a grid by interval and creates a listing of forms only for the interval selected. This is useful if you have many visits in an interval or huge amounts of data in many forms in a data-intensive study. It is more efficient in the performance of the site to only show forms per interval.