Study Protocol Design

How Does ProofPilot Order and Assign Study Tasks?

Study tasks are presented to participants and ordered on your study flow based on the activation & expiration rules you create & some special circumstances. There are several special ordering and assignment circumstances a ProofPilot power user should be aware...

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Adjusting Study Task Order

As you define your study, you’ll often find yourself adjust the order of study tasks. ProofPilot study tasks are ordered on your ProofPilot study flow page in the order they will show to participants. Each task is tied together to...

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Adjusting Rules in a Task By Arm

There are many situations where you will want to adjust the activation and expiration rules of a task depending on the arm it is in. To illustrate this point, let’s take an example. In this scenario 10-day follow up is...

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Designing the ProofPilot Recruitment and Join Process

Participants may learn about your study in many ways. Designing the study recruitment and join process will help you maximize the participant experience. ProofPilot provides functionality to handle these different recruitment scenarios automatically Participant Proctored Join: A participant may join...

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Why Can't I Design a Study on My iPhone or Android?

The ProofPilot participant experience automatically adjusts to any screen size or device a participant has access to. iPhone, Android, iPad, desktop, laptop … it’s all good. However, If you’ve tried to visit go.proofpilot.com on any device with a small narrow...

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Bookmarks in Your Protocol Design

Need a way to organize your study protocol designs? You can make notes or bookmarks in the lefthand most column of your study flow page. Why would you do this? It helps you create visual marks in long studies. With...

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Why Can't I Repeat an Interventional Promo Code?

Unlike other study tasks that you can set to repeat on a certain periodicity, promotion codes tasks cannot be repeated. Across all tasks, the repeat functionality is meant to repeat the same “define” portion of your task. You can adjust,...

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Why does my eligibility data collection task show up after the eligibility check?

Before a person can be in a study, you need to learn a little bit more about them, so you can decide whether they meet the needs for your study. This is the eligibility process. The eligibility process typically consists...

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Collecting information to determine eligibility

Most studies require a certain type of participant. You don’t want anyone and everyone in your study. You want to screen individuals for eligibility in your study. ProofPilot helps you do that automatically. Add some initial tasks that collect data...

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Making a Task Available for Only a Certain Amount of Time

There are lots of situations where it makes sense to make a task available to a participant only for a specific time. In the research world this is sometimes known as a window period. You are essentially expiring a task...

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