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Trial Basics

In this video series, we cover the basics of trials. You can follow along as we demonstrate how to create a trial from a protocol and perform typical trial tasks. These include editing the trial randomization, making an application, entering data, and validating the trial for study rule compliance.
Note: Earn certification for completing these videos on our ARM Academy training portal instead.

1. Creating a Trial (4:15)

In this video, we introduce ARM trials, and demonstrate the process of creating one from an existing protocol template.

2. Editor Basics (2:10)

Learn the fundamentals about the editor screens within ARM.

3. Components of a Trial (4:24)

In this video, we introduce all of the components of a trial. A general overview of each editor is given, describing its purpose and functionality.

4. Editing the Trial Map Randomization (3:51)

Learn how to edit the trial randomization with the Trial Map editor.

5. Making an Application with ARM (6:53)

In this video, we discuss how to plan and document treatment applications in a trial.

6. Recording Site Information (7:43)

Learn about the various sections of the Site Description editor, to record the conditions under which the trial is conducted.

7. Entering Trial Data into ARM (8:12)

In this video, we discuss the process of entering data into ARM trials.

8. Validate Your ARM Trial (7:50)

ARM validation actively verifies or checks that information entered in a trial is consistent and complete. This is a helpful tool to quickly double-check trial data and catch simple mistakes before sharing with others.

9. Generating a Trial Report (5:14)

In this video, we introduce trial reports in ARM, customize their components, and export the report to a file.
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