Click this link: CTEP-AERS Training Registration
Click "Show All Meetings" in blue in the middle of the page.
All meeting times are in Eastern Standard Time. Click the time zone (far right side of the page - currently set to New York Time) to change time zones.
Click "Register" next to the training session you would like to attend - WebEx recommends using Internet Explorer to access the system.
Please contact the CTEP Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or issues.
Web system that is used for the electronic submission and distribution of Expedited Reports.
In the rare event when Internet connectivity is disrupted a 24-hour notification is to be made to NCI by telephone at: 301-897-7497, or 301-897-7402 for CIP studies. An electronic report MUST be submitted immediately upon re-establishment of internet connection.
The CTEP-AERS Training Guide details the functionality of CTEP-AERS to submit serious adverse events electronically.
The CTEP-AERS Training / Practice (beta) Site is the training version of CTEP-AERS. Users may practice submitting expedited adverse event reports to familiarize themselves with CTEP-AERS. Expedited reports submitted through this site will NOT be reviewed by CTEP. Please use the production version of CTEP-AERS for all real adverse event reports.
The CTEP Adverse Event Listserv (formerly known as the AdEERS Listserv) is a communication mechanism by which CTEP informs the community of important information regarding adverse event reporting to CTEP.
Send an e-mail to LISTSERV@LIST.NIH.GOV with the following text in the message body:
subscribe AdEERS your name
Note: Fill in your name with your name as you would like it shown on the Listserv. LISTSERV will get your email address from the "From" address of your e-mail message.
This presentation serves as a tutorial to clinical sites that need assistance in obtaining Protected Health Information from an Outside Health Care Facility or Provider. The presentation also discusses how the HIPAA privacy rule pertains to clinical research.
The HIPAA documents are a resource for clinical sites to use when they are having difficulty obtaining medical information from outside medical facilities. The instructions for using these documents can be found in the HIPAA presentation.