Customized Pages for Users to See When They Sign Into a Study, Such as a "Contact Us" Page or Sign-out Page
TrialKit allows a study Builder to create custom HTML-based content for displaying on a few key landing pages for all users to see in the following areas:
- Home page
- Contact Us page
- Sign out page
This is helpful to convey important information or quick links for study users. Here's an example of a home page configured to display some helpful links and an externally-generated report:
A native site progress report is also available to add to your study home page. Read more about that below.
Prerequisites for configuring custom pages:
- User has access to Theme Manager and Build Web Pages at the study level
- A theme has been defined
To customize a study page (applicable on the Web Browser only) select the web page builder at study level.
Creating a page it at the host level will apply to all studies on that host unless a custom page exists at the study level. In other words, Custom pages at the study level take priority over custom pages at the host level. For this reason it's recommended to build pages at the study level to avoid similar content from displaying on future studies.
Creating Web Pages
The web page builder is found under the study menu (if building study level pages).
First select the type of page you wish to configure. It's recommended to at least create a home page where your users can see informative content when they sign in.
If a home page is being configured, we also recommend to include the Site Report to help site users quickly see their progress.
Page Type Definitions:
Home – This is the home page that users see every time they sign in, or when the Home button is clicked in the Page Header area.
Sign Out – When a user clicks the Sign Out link in the Page Header area, they land on the sign out page.
Contact Us – When a user clicks the Contact Us link in the Account Menu, they will be brought to this page. This page should supply all necessary study-specific support or contact information for the user in case they need to contact someone regarding study design questions and NOT TrialKit Support. Read more here about the Contact Us page.
Use the native rich text editor to add content to the page.
An HTML editor is also available.
Home page Site Report
The Site reports provide the following information:
Site enrollment progress
- Target number of registered subjects - based on the configured site goals
- Number of registered subjects - based on the defined registration form in the study
- Number of enrolled subjects - based on the defined enrollment form in the study
- Number of randomized subjects - based on the defined randomization form in the study
- Number of exited subjects - based on the defined study exit form in the study
- Number of resolved queries
- Number of outstanding queries in age groups. This is split into query issue status as well (Attn Site, Attn Issuer)