Red Pill and Randomisation

Red Pill is an online application for collecting and managing case report form (CRF) data on subjects recruited to a clinical trial or other research study. This type of system is sometimes called electronic data capture (EDC). Red Pill can also be used to collect data directly from subjects themselves, known as electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO).

Randomisation is an integral part of Red Pill, and is also offered as a standalone component. This comprehensive randomisation system allows investigators to randomise patients to clinical trials quickly and simply using their web browser and/or telephone.

The system can also be used by staff at trial coordinating centres to view and download randomisation data, add sites, view reports on randomisation activity and, where appropriate, view and update the code list to aid supply logistics activities.

Each system is configured individually for the trial it relates to. This means that some features described in this help may not be enabled for your trial.

Note that all data shown in this help is fictional and for illustrative purposes only.

This documentation applies to version 17, released Aug 2017. The version number is shown in the footer of every page when logged into Red Pill.

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