Very excellent course with fun project assignments. I learned quite alot even though I already have a good amount of knowledge on data management! The professors are also engaging and professional.
This course is very carefully designed to give a moderate idea how the eCRFs are made in RedCap database system.It gives you a fair background of clinical research processes and database designing.
par Hema S M•
I'm interested in clinical research luckily I found this course it's Very useful...
par Muzaffer A•
i have learned to create the forms to collect the data regarding clinical research
par Georgy A•
best course on DM for Clinical Research, however the videos are rather monotoneous
par Deepti B•
So much to learn from all the professors. Thankful to coursera for having this.
it was great experience learning this course from venderrbilt univercity.
par Prakriti A•
Dr. Paul Harris lectures were very helpful and easy to grasp.
survey designing explanation was clear and well presented
par GAYATHRI S N•
It was very helpful especially for a fresher like me.
par Ashish U•
Getting certified made me a bit confident. Thank you!
par Rafael G L•
Pros: Tutorials and redcap training copy
par John B•
Great practical knowledge and direct application
par Chiara C•
Interesting and very clear explainations!
par Shaker A•
Very helpful and interesting course...
par Ranjan J S•
Extremely helpful :)
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par Thierry V•
Good to start
par Mateusz D•
par Harshitha P•
Its useful some point! But way old this course should be updated. And some of the instructor just reading the power point than an explanation. It will be more useful for the student giving the example at the time u explaining a concept.. I don't see that here in most of the cases.
par Ellis K P•
Interesting course! But the lecture videos are too long.
par Giselle B•
The course is well structured and interesting in regards to RedCap set up, use, and design of case report forms and surveys, but other than that there was a lot of theory and boring. However, the worst part is the peer assignment grading system which I don't know if it's a Coursera thing or it depends on each university. I finished the whole course and still needed my peer grading from week 1 to get the certificate, and I had to repeatedly post and beg for other peers to review it until I got it, unbelievable.
I wasn't the only one. I was shocked to see how many students have posted on the forum begging to be reviewed, and you start the game like "I'll review yours if you review mine"...unbelievable. You can't leave a person at the mercy of others, you basically can't move forward until you get your peer reviews. I don't buy the "this is great because you can learn from your peers", give me a break. Last course I'll take here.
par Mark E W•
It seems like the team have tried to do the whole course in one take! Perhaps some practice would have been in order? at least to work out what they are going to say next.... content is ok so far but delivery is tough to listen to.
par Arturo R T•
Not very applicable -just a bunch of concepts.
It feels like a very disorganised course.
Paul Harris is extremely repetitive and takes so much time to get to the point. Sometimes he over-explains unnecessary things. His lectures need serious upgrade.
Lecturers speak too slow, I have to use the 1.5x speed not to fall asleep.