Using SAS with REDCap: An Introduction to Secure Data Collection and Analysisfor Busy Non-programmers
Video Available *SUNetID requiredREDCap is a user-friendly online database tool that researchers can use to collect, store and describe data including Protected Health Information. REDCap 4.x allows researchers to load data from the Stanford’s Electronic Medical Record (EPIC or Cerner with help from IRT), enter data directly into the system by hand, or allow patients to enter data with web enabled devices like laptops, desktop or tablet computers like IPADs. While REDCap is an excellent tool to collect and store data its analysis tools are primitive. SAS is a comprehensive commercial statistical program used for data management and statistical analyses. This is both a lecture and hands on lab so students should have a laptop.
About the Instructor:Ray Balise PhD, Stanford Health Research and Policy
Please contact Ray Balise if you have questions about course content, etc.