Sequence – This is a number assigned to determine the order in which the forms will appear in both the Existing Forms data table and related applications.
- In the Form Builder, the sequence is how forms should be ordered in the subject visits table. In this example, notice the forms are in order from 10 to 120. Good building practice is to have forms in sequences by 10's to start project, so you can add forms in between in future protocol changes.
2. Notice the forms below in the Subject Visits and Events Manager are in same order as your sequence settings in #1 above.
In another example below, there are three Site Type Forms in the Existing Forms data table in the Study Level Form Builder: Site Progress Report, Site Personnel and Site Assessment Questionnaire as shown in the figure below.
The Site Progress Report form was created and saved with a sequence of 1, the Site Personnel form was created and saved with a sequence of 2 and the Site Assessment Questionnaire was created and saved with a sequence of 3. Therefore, the forms appear in that order in the Existing Forms data table (shown above) as well as the in the Sites data table in the Site Document Forms column in the Site Document Manager application as shown in the figure below.
As previously noted, Site Forms created at the Study level populate the Site Document Manager which is accessed from the Study menu.