Learn how to create links for subject enrollment
Public Sign Up:
Subjects can enroll themselves using a "public registration link". These sign up links are site-specific and can be shared using social media and similar methods. The subject will then enter the required information (depending on the required subject attributes which are defined by you when creating a study) and are taken to the first set of forms.
To enable public sign up, go to "Processes" → "Edit process" and then under "Advanced Options" enable "Public Registration"
In Greenlight Guru Clinical you can create/enroll new Subjects or re-enroll already existing Subjects.
To view, the actual links go to "Preview process". It should look like the following:
Click on "View Sign Up Link" and select the site you wish to see the link for. Each site has its OWN link leading to its own landing page.
Public sign-up processes has language-specific links, such that each language the study supports has its own link. It is still possible to change the language when on the public sign up page.
A secondary language does not have to be 100% translated to be available in the public fill out part of Greenlight Guru Clinical. Instead, the default public sign up and fill out pages will show the primary language if translations for the selected language are not available.
BUT any potential primary language MUST have 100% translation: This means if your study was created in English, but you wish to swap primary to German, the German must have 100% translation before this is allowed. To see more about translation, go to our Translations article.
Re-enrollment on Public Sign Up:
This feature allows your subjects to re-enroll themselves again to the same site when their previous enrollment is completed.
The subjects will be matched on their email address, and other subject attributes will be updated/overwritten upon re-enrollment.
To enable re-enrollment on public sign up, go to "Processes" → "Edit process" and then under "Advanced Options" enable "public Registration" and "Public Re-enrollment".