Site Staff Records
Each record represents a site staff member requiring representation on a study, and in most cases, access to the study in Study Connect.
Site Staff Tab and Records
Only Site Administrators or Research Organization Administrators can view and use the Site Staff tab.
- Every user created in the Site Staff tab is created as a Site Staff user.
- Site Staff user access can be promoted to Site Administrator user access.
- Users with vault accounts in other domains should create a SiteVault-specific account.
- Non-user persons (NUP) Site Staff records are created by not entering a vault user name.
Site Staff Record User Types
Site Staff records can be one of two different user types:
- User Person Record: Site staff who will log in to SiteVault to complete tasks.
- Non-User Person Record: Site Staff who require representation in a study, but will not log in to SiteVault to complete tasks. The access type for these users is always No Access,
- Users granted study access in Study Connect are also granted access to the study in eRegulatory in the Other Non-Investigator role.
- Making Site Staff inactive in Study Connect also removes the user’s study access in Study Connect and eRegulatory.
- The Send eConsent (to participant) action requires a Study Assignment; this rule applies to both Site Staff and Site Administrators.
Study Connect and eRegulatory Roles and Permissions
- Site Staff records created in eRegulatory are displayed in the Study Connect application and inherit the study assignments in Study Connect.
- Site Staff records created in Study Connect are displayed in the eRegulatory application and inherit the study assignments in eRegulatory, but may require an administrator user to review and update as eRegulatory tasks require a more robust system role and permission structure than most Study Connect tasks.
- Sites using both Study Connect and eRegulatory are encouraged to create their Site Staff records in the eRegulatory application for maximum flexibility and to reduce the administrative effort.