- Main menu - > Management - > Users and roles;
- Edit the role of the user you want to give rights;
- Select one or more randomization rights.
Go to https://myresearchmanager.com/NameCustomer . Log in with your username and password.
Attention: Does your organization use multiple modules within ResearchManager? In that case it could be that you first enter the module portal. Click on “EDC (Data management)”. Dependent on your settings it could be that you enter one of our other modules first. If you do not see “EDC (Data management)” in the top left corner of your screen, click on the logo you do see to get to the module portal. Then, click on “EDC (Data management)” as well.
Step 1: Navigate towards ‘Randomization’
Now you see the starting page. At the top, in the menu bar, click on ‘Management’. Then, click on ‘Users and Roles’ under the heading ‘Site and user settings’. Do you not see this option? Then you do not have enough rights to manage other users. In that case you should contact your application manager.
Step 2: Look into the display of users and information already linked to usernames
Now you see a list with users within the currently selected study (see the top right). Above the list with users you can filter the results on study and site. Choose “No filter” and “All sites” to see all the users.
By clicking on the left of the a username, you can see the sub information of this user – for example, to which study he or she is linked. To be able to see this for all the users at once, you click on “Unfold all” at the top, and “Fold all” to hide the information again.
Step 3: Edit the role
To edit the randomization rights of an user, you need to edit the role of the concerning user in the correct study. You do this by double clicking on the role in the correct study in the unfolded users and roles overview.
You then enter the following screen:
Here you can enable and disable the following randomization rights:
- Allowed to randomize: Users with this right are allowed to randomize patients. Before this action can be performed by the user, the patient needs to satisfy one or multiple stratification classes.
- Allowed to look into randomization classes: Users with this right are allowed to see in which class patients are, before the patient is randomized. We advise you to handle this right with great care, since in some cases this can influence which treatment a patient will get. This right is especially convenient for pharmacists or auditors that need to look into information concerning the study.
- Allowed to look into randomization number and randomization code: Users that have one of these rights, can look into information about the treatment that a patient will be assigned after randomization. By only granting one of both rights, double blind studies can be conducted – researchers will for example only see a number, while the actual treatment in the field code stays hidden from them.