CHEER has created a data repository using common syntax in the CDISC format of all otolaryngology-related clinical research studies conducted at Duke and held at the DCRI.
The Consolidated Database in Otolaryngology (CDO) is open to other investigators as both a data repository for their qualified de-identified clinical research data (and data variable library for translation) from completed projects and a resource to build new research hypotheses. Data dictionaries and study datasets are invited for inclusion in CDO.
The AAO-HNSF Task Force on Practice-based Research will be discussing this during their meeting at the 2015 AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting in September and the CDO will be on display at the CHEER booth.
Download the Current CDO Variable Library [279 KB PDF]