Discover a Seamless Data Collection and Management Solution for All Your Data Collection Needs
Clinical research demands an innovative and efficient approach to data collection and management. As an organization founded by academics, Expiwell understands the importance of having a powerful and accessible tool that addresses the challenges associated with data collection, privacy, and analysis. ExpiWell is a multifunctional experience sampling method platform for researchers seeking to:
In this blog post, we'll explore how ExpiWell can improve your research result experience and effectively respond to your unique needs.
Automating Incentives and Simplifying Survey Participation
One of the most time-consuming aspects of conducting research can be distributing incentives for survey completion. ExpiWell eliminates this hassle by automating this process, saving you and your research assistants valuable time. In addition, the platform's accessible interface encourages participation from individuals of all age groups, resulting in more robust and reliable data sets.
Minimize Repetitive Tasks and Maximize Efficiency
ExpiWell's data collection and management solution takes care of the administrative tasks that can consume your valuable time. With an intuitive interface and robust back-end support, ExpiWell ensures a smooth flow of processes, effectively cutting down the time you spend on repetitive tasks. You can schedule survey distribution and reminders to repeat for a custom time interval. Expiwell will automatically notify and remind participants to respond. Our support team is available to quickly and effectively address any questions you have.
Read more about Expiwell in clinical research:
1. Kwasnicka, D., Kale, D., Schneider, V., Keller, J., Asare, B. Y. A., Powell, D., ... & Perski, O. (2021). Systematic review of ecological momentary assessment (EMA) studies of five public health-related behaviours: review protocol. BMJ open, 11(7), e046435.
2.Kim, G. J., Gahlot, A, Camille, M. (2023, June). Protocol for a remote home-based upper extremity self-training program for community-dwelling individuals after stroke. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, 33, 101112.