EBMT REGISTRY DATABASE (ProMISe) TRAINING SESSIONS MARSEILLE 2017
Below you will find full details of Data Management training sessions offered this year EBMT Annual Meeting.
To make a booking please follow the instructions and the link below.
||This is an introductory session for new users to ProMISe, illustrating how to enter a MED-A registration, including subsequent transplant data and patient follow-ups. The session will start with a Demo of how to enter a Med-A form, given by EBMT Registry staff. There will be time at the end for some hands-on practice using example data.
|HLA Data Entry
||13.45 - 15.15
||This session will explain how to enter HLA typing
reports. (Users should have attended a MED-A entry training before this).|
|Cell Therapy Data Entry
||15.30 - 17.00
||A walk through on how to enter the Cell Therapy data in ProMISe, with reference to the new Cell Therapy form to be implemented just prior to the Annual Meeting.|
||09.00 - 12.30
||Those wishing to learn how to run pre-programmed reports. Some experience of ProMISe is necessary.
||This session will focus on obtaining data listings, frequency tables and cross-tabulations using pre-programmed queries in ProMISe. The session is recommended for those who are already entering data, but need further guidance on running pre-designed queries to help with reporting and management of their centre data.
||A walk through on how to enter the Donor outcome data in ProMISe. The differences in storing data from related donors as opposed to unrelated donors will be shown.|
Advanced Data Entry (Med-B Session)
||Interactive session focusing on aspects of data that are difficult to enter with the current navigation.
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