Diaries are used in clinical trials where investigators want to gather information after each vaccination or medication given. With this module, the information reported by patients is shared in real-time to enable site staff to know what is happening with each patient.
Quality control tools such as data validation built into the app minimize human error and increase accuracy.
We studied the performance of a smartphone application-based participatory syndromic surveillance (PSS) system for collecting syndromic data (acute febrile illness [AFI] and acute gastroenteritis [AGE]) to detect dengue virus (DENV) and norovirus (NoV) on a cohort of children living in a low-resource and rural area of Guatemala.
Read the entire article “Performance of a Smartphone Application-Based Participatory Syndromic Surveillance System for Acute Febrile Illness and Acute Gastroenteritis in Rural Guatemala” by D. Olson, Takeda Pharmaceuticals: Consultant, Grant recipient. R. Zambrano, Integra IT: Employee and Shareholder, Salary. S. Rodriguez-Castro, Integra IT: Employee and Shareholder, Salary. E. J. Asturias, Takeda Pharmaceuticals: Consultant and Grant Investigator, Grant recipient, at Oxford Academic here: https://academic.oup.com/ofid/article/4/suppl_1/S162/4294083?login=true
FE known by site vs Blood sample collection
Clinical Trial: 935 subjects
Phase 2 Dengue Vaccine
Site: Cevaxin Panama
Schedule a meeting with us!