The All IN for Health iConnect system, which is a clinical study listing and research volunteer registry platform, is getting an upgrade. This tool is designed to assist researchers in marketing and identifying research volunteers.
There will be a webinar session on Thursday, July 29 from 9:00 am – 10:30 am through Research Coordinator Education Program (RCEP) to go over these new features.
If you are unable to join this session, you can select an alternate date during your registration.
The new iConnect features will roll-out beginning Monday, July 12, 2021.
New features include:
- Ability for Study Teams to Reach Out to Registry Volunteers Directly
- Enhancement of the Volunteer Query and Matching Tool
- Tracking of Volunteer Outreach through Campaigns
- Addition of New Questions to Volunteer Form
- Improvement of the Password Complexity for Account Login
- Enabling of reCaptcha on the Referral Form for All Users
- Amended Legal Auth Representative Language
- Improved Message for Research Volunteers
- Updated Security Measures
- Ability to Upload Investigator Profile Pictures
- Enhancements to My Referrals Tracking
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