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- Expanded Access for Prism Monitoring:
New expanded access time for Prism Monitors is from 5:00 AM PST T0 8:00 PM PST. Please inform the monitors about the staff coverage or customer service issues for Monitors from different time zones in US
- Reminder: Request for records release MUST BE submitted at least 14 days in advance.
The 14-Day time frame starts when you receive an automated notification after you submit the record for release in REDCAp. If you do not receive any email notification please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
- Submitting monitoring records for pediatric studies.
Most pediatric records are stored in children EPIC. If the records are in Children EPIC, the monitoring requests should be made via Stanford Children’s Health (SCH) Epic Access for Research Monitors and NOT via CCTO Monitoring Requests System.
- Termination of Monitor Access in REDCAp is Live.
You can submit the request to terminate monitor access to Prism via REDCap
For all updated information regarding electronic monitoring and details please visit
Dear Stanford Colleague,
Today is the last day to set up Cardinal Key. Beginning tomorrow, you will need to use Cardinal Key to access webmail, Axess, and Google Docs (including Google Drive) from your laptops, desktops, and mobile devices.
If there is a technical reason that you’re unable to use Cardinal Key, you can request a temporary exception.
Below is a checklist to help you prepare for Cardinal Key enforcement:
- Ensure that your devices appear in MyDevices, and that they show as compliant. The device detail will indicate whether a Cardinal Key has already been installed. Newly installed Cardinal Keys will be reflected in MyDevices within 24 hours.
- If not already, install a Cardinal Key on each device using the instructions at cardinalkey.stanford.edu. Or, if you’re installing on a laptop or desktop computer, try out our easy-to-use installer.
- On each device, enable Cardinal Key in each web browser you use via https://login.stanford.edu/cookie/x509. Alternatively, go to https://accounts.stanford.edu, and select Manage and then select the Cardinal Key tab.
- On each device, test Cardinal Key in each web browser you use via cardinal key-test.stanford.edu. If you see the “It’s working” message, then you’re in good shape for that browser on that device.
If your team needs help installing Cardinal Key, please consider sending a message to the #iso-cardinalkey Slack channel.
If you encounter any technical hurdles along the way, you can reach out to the Service Desk (650-725-4357 or 5-HELP) or submit a Help request.
University IT | Information Security Office
Version 3 of the SOP, Research Participant Records & Data Management in Clinical Trials (formerly known as Data Management in Clinical Investigations), has been updated to address source documents, source data, notes to file and data management in a more comprehensive manner. This SOP is effective 1 August 2021. Please read the SOP and complete the SOP confirmation form to attest to your mastery of the SOP – located on our CCTO website. If you have specific questions, please follow up with Quality at email@example.com or with your manager/group leader.