Ripplecast – a Ripple Science Original Podcast Series

Ripplecast is a quarterly podcast series dedicated to exploring the challenges and opportunities within the sphere of clinical research.

On this episode, Dr. Chiranjeev Dash, Georgetown University, describes why his team made the switch to Ripple from their previous EMR.

Ripple Webinar: New Customization and Integration Features

In this webinar, Ripple’s Product Manager, Sarah Raux, walks you through several new features to optimize your workflow and connection to your participants including custom email templates and more!

Topics include:

-Flexible Event Scheduling

-Custom Email Templates

-Assigning events to statuses

-Google Calendar Recap/Outlook calendar integration

Questions to follow!

Ripple Webinar: Continuing your Research Remotely: Tools and practices to accelerate your productivity.

In this webinar, Ripple’s Savanna Mueller, Director of Customer Success and Janine Lopez, Research Project Coordinator at the University of California San Diego, will share their knowledge and experiences to help research teams transition effectively to ” everything remotely.”

Topics include:
-general tips for navigating research remotely
-challenges/transitions of going “remote”
-helping patients assimilate to new technologies
-helpful Ripple features that assist with remote recruitment

Questions to follow!

Stony Brook University’s Social Competence and Treatment Lab Excels with Faster Recruitment, Cost Savings, and Double Recruitment Calls

This case study explores the switch from multiple, different systems to a centralized tool that not only provides a way to track recruitment efforts but also strengthens how the team maintains study participant relationships.

Ripple Webinar: Updates, New Features and Google Calendar Integration

In this webinar, Product Manager Sarah Raux and Director of Marketing Amanda Holdan-Sinisi walk you through Ripple’s latest updates.

Topics include

1. New Improvements

2. Google Calendar Integration

3. Updates to events

4. Sneak peaks at the latest features

QA held at the end.

Thirty-year Public Health Cohort Study Team from Johns Hopkins Improves Participant Retention, Customer Service and Efficiency

This case study explores the switch from multiple, different systems to a centralized tool that not only provides a way to track recruitment efforts but also strengthens how the team maintains study participant relationships.

Rapid Set-Up Enables More Patients Recruited In Less Time

This case study explores the switch from multiple, different systems to a centralized tool that not only provides a way to track recruitment efforts but also strengthens how the team maintains study participant relationships.

Ripple Webinar: Best Practices on Recruiting and Building a Registry

In this webinar, Savanna Mueller, PhD, Ripple Science’s Director of Customer Success, and Amanda Holdan-Sinisi, Ripple Science’s Director of Marketing, guide you through the best practices of participant recruiting and building a living database. This webinar is divided into 5 parts:

1.  Why messaging Matters
2   Marketing best practices for recruiting
3.  How to present your study in a way that participants will understand and join
4.  Nurture and tracking potential participants
5.  Keeping your database up-to-date

Ripple Webinar: Global Comments, Duplicate Identification, & Date and Time Selector

In this webinar, Savanna Mueller, PhD, highlights the latest features and functionality of Ripple including Global comments, status help text, date and time selector update, as well as Registry duplicate identification and new filters. After this 10 minute update, Savanna walks through the basic set-up of Ripple with a significant focus on the Registry. This webinar provides a great opportunity for new and existing Ripple users to get a head start on basic set-up and begin recruiting participants for research studies or clinical trials.

Efficiency, Confidence and Cost Savings for Zero to Thrive’s Prenatal Stress Study Team

With a complex protocol, this team needed a tool that was not 50 spreadsheets. Ripple provided a workflow that
simplified the protocol whereby any team member would know exactly what they needed to do at any given moment.