One of the keys to success for cancer early detection is the accurate management of research data. For CGCED collaborators, you will find several helpful resources to assist with your data management efforts.
Integrated Information Management System
Integrated Information Management System (IIMS) for the Center for Global Cancer Early Detection (CGCED) provides subject data collection for research trials. IIMS is a disease based, integrated solution to cover general data requirements for CGCED projects. It provides data capture functions across the project workflow end-to-end. Click for more details.
To directly access the IIMS, please click IIMS.
Release Notes click for more details.
Please feel free to watch the videos below to better understand the Data Management System (DMS).
On June 19, 2015, the LCED project had a site initiation meeting which was recorded and is linked above. It outlines the project goals, actions, and requirements.
The IIMS Web Portal is a Web portal that serves as an application container and access point for all the necessary data components of cancer early detection trials. This video provides an overview of the system.
The clinical data capture data component is to collect all trial related research data elements. This data component was developed to cover multiple diseases/cancers, in a consistent data structure, using a disease oriented methodology. This link gives you several training videos which provide a basic system overview and instructions on how to enter data. There are also videos for data entry instruction developed specifically for brain tumor trials, which may provide some benefit to viewers.
The electronic document management system (EDMS) is the data component used to collect, store, deliver, and preserve clinical research documents. This video provides you with an instructional overview of the system.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How to get access to secure Web site?
To access the secure Web site, a user must be approved by a responsible project leader for each institution and vetted by the data management coordination center. Please send a request via email to CDMCSupport@mdanderson.org.
2. What would I expect if I have submitted my access request?
You will soon receive a set of instructional emails for you to take action. You will need to complete the online account registration by: following the instructions, setup the security questions and answers, and choosing your own password.
3. What if I have forgotten my password or don't remember the Security Challenge Questions**?
Please use this link for password self-support services. (Log in using your registered email address)
4. What if my password has expired?
Log in to iView, using your expired password and proceed to create a new password..
**For step by step instructions on how to change your password or reset your forgotten password, Click Here.
5. What should I do if I have followed instructions but still having issues?
You can send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a detailed description of your issues.
6. What kind of browser I should use?
Please use Internet Explorer (IE) version 8 or above to process registration steps for secure site access. You may encounter problems if you are using other browsers. For Mac users unable to use IE, the Safari browser provides the greatest reliability.
7. How can I subscribe into a working email group?
You must first get access to the secure Web site in order to subscribe to the working group email list.
Please send an email to CDMCSupport@mdanderson.org
8. Where can I find the working group email addresses?
You can find all working group email addresses onto the secure Web site. Click Here to see the list of email addresses for the CPDPC.
9. How do I join a WebEx Meeting?
Webex has provided several videos to assist you in joining a meeting.
Click Here to learn how to join the meeting as an Attendee.
Click Here to learn how to join a meeting from your mobile device.
Click Here for help connecting to the audio portion of your meeting.
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