EASI Update: All UK Testers are now registered on REDCap

Huge Congratulations to everyone who completed their scoring checks by midnight on 31 December 2019. What a New Year! We have met our country targets for tester numbers across the UK.

Dr Zoe Mailloux has forwarded the final confirmed tester list to Marco Leao, who has been working very hard in the new year to get all of you signed up ready for testing. Marco has let us know that he has now completed all the REDCap registrations and that REDCap Testers should by have received their logins to REDCap via email.

A message from Marco Leao

If you have not received your REDCap registration email please :
1) Check your spam and promotions folders;
2) Send me an email to mleao@cl-asi.org so I can work it out

If once you have your email, you are struggling logging in, please see the REDCap videos to help you with this process. Your country and local area leads will be able to help you if you are struggling with how REDCap works, including data entry questions. Please make sure when you first login, that you have created a memorable password.

Therapists unable to complete the scoring checks by the 31 December 2019, but who have completed in time for the testing parties are still welcome to join in, which could include testing children at the testing parties. In this instance however, a REDCap Tester will need to input your scores for you.

Your country and local area lead can help you to arrange for this to happen.

Therapists and students who would still like to get involved with the EASI British Isles INDC Project are still able to join, as testing parties are running across January, February and March 2020.

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