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  1. MC-1130

Additional typos for the study software

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    • Type: Task
    • Status: Done
    • Priority: Medium
    • Resolution: Done
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      Cleanup and bug fixes

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      Hi Tim and Monowar,

       

      Quick note of a couple of typos I noticed on the end of day diary for the opioid study: If I select Yes to having a sickle-cell crisis, the next two questions if I have sought medical care. For both of these questions, the second option should read “Outpatient hematologist ” (change from hemotologist), and the third option should read “ Infusion center” (change from Infustion center).

       

      I didn’t see these in Patrick’s emailed notes, but haven’t checked to see if these have been submitted to Atlassian yet or not.

       

      Regards,

      -Shahin

       

      Shahin Alan Samiei

      Director, Research & Studies

      MD2K Center of Excellence - The University of Memphis

      FedEx Institute of Technology
      365 Innovation Drive, Suite 310

      Memphis, TN 38152-3115
      (901)678-3369 (Office)

      ssamiei@memphis.edu

       

      From: Patrick Finan pfinan1@jhu.edu
      Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 1:16 PM
      To: Timothy W Hnat (twhnat) <twhnat@memphis.edu>; Shahin Alan Samiei (ssamiei) <ssamiei@memphis.edu>; Joseph Biggers (jwbggers) <jwbggers@memphis.edu>
      Cc: Santosh Kumar (skumar4) <skumar4@memphis.edu>
      Subject: Additional Notes on mCerebrum use

       

      Hi All,

      We met as a team today and got additional eyes on the LabStudy Interface.  We caught a few minor issues I hadn’t previously identified, and also identified some potential “luxuries” that would promote optimal data collection.

       

      I’ve added those modification requests to the document I sent yesterday (attached).  The new requests are highlighted.

       

      Looking forward to our call tomorrow.

       

      Best,

      -Patrick

       

      Patrick H. Finan, Ph.D.

      Assistant Professor

      Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

      Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

      (p) 410-550-7901

      (f) 410-550-0117

       

      From: Patrick Finan
      Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 3:47 PM
      To: 'Timothy W Hnat (twhnat)' <twhnat@memphis.edu>; 'Shahin Alan Samiei (ssamiei)' <ssamiei@memphis.edu>; Joseph Biggers (jwbggers) <jwbggers@memphis.edu>
      Cc: Santosh Kumar (skumar4) <skumar4@memphis.edu>
      Subject: Notes on mCerebrum use

       

      Hi All,

      I’ve been testing out the app and have a series of requests for modifications, as well as some questions, all included in the attached document.

       

      Most of the modification requests are very minor (e.g., typos, etc). Some are perhaps more substantial. Could you please review and let me know if you’d like to discuss any of these or have me clarify anything prior to our call on Wednesday?

       

      BTW, my team and I have been very impressed with the pace and quality of your work. You all set a high bar.

       

      Thanks,

      -p

       

      Patrick H. Finan, Ph.D.

      Assistant Professor

      Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

      Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

      (p) 410-550-7901

      (f) 410-550-0117

       

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              nusrat27 Nusrat Nasrin
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              hnat Timothy Hnat
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