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  New Data Manager Virtual Onboarding Materials - February 2022

Helpful Links: 

New Data Manager Onboarding Information Guide

CIBMTR Center Support Link

CIBMTR Portal Link

FN3 Training Environment Link


Please complete all pre-work listed below prior to each session. *Use Google Chrome as your browser when viewing eLearnings. 


Day 1:  Thursday, February 3, 2022

​Session 1: Resources for Data Managers

8:00 - 9:30 am CST


​Session 2: CIBMTR Overview

9:45-10:15am CST

​Session 3:  Intro to Data Reporting Part 1 

10:30-12:00pm CST

​​Prework:


NMDP Transplant Basics: This WebEx presentation is targeted to patients and their families and is an overview of the transplant journey. A certificate of completion will NOT be provided for this module. 





​Prework:


None


​Prework:


MDS*: This module is intended to provide basic information about the pathophysiology of MDS and MDS/MPN, help identify and organize the key assessments used to track MDS and MDS/MPN, and understand how those assessments determine appropriate disease status for CIBMTR reporting.


MPNThis module is intended to provide basic information about the pathophysiology of MPN, help identify and organize the key assessments used to track MPN, and understand how those assessments determine appropriate disease status for CIBMTR reporting. 





PowerPoint

Resources 




​​PowerPoint

CIBMTR Overview 

​​PowerPoint

Intro to Data Reporting Part 1

Intro to Data Reporting Part 1 (for note-taking)



​Handouts

sn education transplant v5.pdf

Forgot password (1).pdf



​Handouts

None

Handouts​

Practice ALL/AML

Practice ALL/AML trackers


Practice MDS/MPN

Practice MDS/MPN trackers


*These practice exercises are for practice only. Any questions be will address during the Q/A portion of the presentation.

Day 1 ​Recordings: 

Sessions 1-3 recording


​Session 4:  Intro to Data Reporting Part 2


1:00-2:00 CST

​Sessions 5-6:  Forms Journey
Part 1 & 2


2:15-3:15pm CST

3:30-4:30pm CST


​Prework:


Lymphoma Pre-InfusionThis eLearning includes information to help data managers know how to correctly complete the Lymphoma Pre-Infusion Data Form 2018, as well as the lymphoma section of the Disease Classification Form 2402. We will cover the primary categories and subtypes of lymphoma, reportable methods of disease assessment, and reporting tips to help you better understand the forms. 


Lymphoma Post-Infusion: Form 2118 captures data on the recipient’s follow up care and status. This eLearning delivers topics that have been challenging to report, such as: Best Response, Additional Treatments, Current Disease Status, Disease Assessments and picking the right date.


Multiple Myeloma 101Multiple Myeloma disease status reporting can be challenging, due to the numerous patient assessments performed throughout the disease course and the many disease options. This module is intended to provide basic information about the pathophysiology of myeloma and the assessments used to evaluate myeloma, as well as strategies for organizing key assessments.


Reporting Myeloma Disease StatusThis module is intended to help understand how those assessments determine appropriate disease status for CIBMTR reporting based on the international myeloma working group (IMWG) criteria.





Prework​:


Consent Tool: Participants will be able to understand why consent was removed from the form and captured on a new tool and know how to complete consent within the consent tool in FormsNet3.


Recipient Transfer ToolThe purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the transfer tool in Formsnet3. Beginning in July 2021, transplant centers will be able to initiate and complete a recipient transfer within the FN3 application. The paper form 2801 will no longer need to be used.





​PowerPoint

Intro to Data Reporting Part 2

Intro to Data Reporting Part 2 (for note-taking)


​PowerPoint

Forms Journey

Forms Journey (for note-taking)

​Handouts

Practice Lymphoma
Practice Lymphoma trackers

Practice PCD
Practice PCD trackers


*These practice exercises are for practice only. Any questions be will address during the Q/A portion of the presentation.

​Handouts

01a Search/Edit CRID
01b Assign a New CRID
02 Sample EMR
04 How to Determine Comorbidities
05 Lymphoma Disease Tracker
06 Infection Forms
07 Generating On Demand Forms
08 How Forms Come Due Activity
​Day 1 Recordings: 



Day 2:  Friday, February 4, 2022

​Sessions 7-8:  Forms Journey Part 3 & 4

8:00-9:00 CST

9:15-10:15 CST

​Session 9: Intro to CIBMTR Portal


10:30-12:00pm CST

​Prework:


The following eLearnings will not be discussed during the presentation, but are opportunities to expand your understanding of our forms. 

How to Report an NMDP Facilitated Related DonorNMDP has added RELATED Donor Services to its offerings, which means a change to a few important data reporting fields on CIBMTR Forms. This eLearning will identify the appropriate answers to report on CIBMTR forms; help you understand why this important to know about; and provide accurate information.


Infusion Data (F2006) Reporting OverviewThe Infusion Data Form (Form 2006) collects product-related information for a variety of product sources and product types, which can make the form challenging to complete in certain instances. This eLearning will provide an overview of the data fields captured on the form and key reporting instructions along with examples of common reporting scenarios and questions.


Reporting Preparative Regimen on the Pre-TED (F2400) and Baseline (F2000)The purpose of this eLearning is to provide instruction on the correct reporting of the preparative regimen dosing, intensity, and drugs on the Pre-TED and Baseline Forms. 


HLA Reporting: Confirmation of HLA Typing (F2005)The content of this eLearning will focus on when and how to report on Form 2005; plus provide instruction on reading laboratory reports for form reporting accuracy. 


​Prework​:


Data for RFIThis eLearning will demonstrate features of the Data for RFI Application including how to access the electronic dashboard, viewing your data, and selecting filters.  The Data for RFI dashboard gives your center self-service access to your transplant center data necessary to satisfy the annual RFI.


DBtCThis eLearning will demonstrate features of the Data Back to Centers (DBtC) including how to access the electronic dashboard, viewing your data, and selecting filters.  The DBtC dashboard gives your center self-service access to analyze your center data and view it in new and interesting ways.


CPA TutorialThis eLearning will demonstrate features of the CPA Applications including how to access the electronic dashboard, viewing your data, and selecting filters.  The CPA dashboard gives your center self-service access to comparatively analyze your transplant center specific survival data relative to aggregated data from other centers.



​PowerPoint

See the Forms Journey Part 1 section for the PowerPoint and handouts

​PowerPoint

Intro to CIBMTR Portal

Intro to CIBMTR Portal (for note-taking)


​Handouts

See the Forms Journey Part 1 section for the PowerPoint and handouts



​Handouts


​​Session 10:  CPI Updates


1:30-2:00pm CST


​Session 11-12: Cell Therapy Part 1 and 2

2:00-3:00pm CST

3:15-4:00pm CST

If your center does not report Cellular Therapy infusions to the CIBMTR, you do not need to attend the two Cell Therapy sessions.


​Prework​:


CTA BasicsThis session will describe the process and requirements for the Consecutive Transplant Audit, often abbreviated to CTA. This is the process that CIBMTR uses to ensure all required transplants are reported to CIBMTR via FormsNet. 


CPI Basics: In this session we’ll review the requirements that each center must meet in order to be considered “In Good Standing” for CPI and we’ll wrap up with an overview of the CPI reports.


CVDR, TCSA and QueriesThis session reviews two of the major deliverables that CIBMTR centers work on each year, the Center Volume Data Report (CVDR) and the Transplant Center Specific Analysis (TCSA). You'll review the requirements of each of these programs, outline some best practices to prepare for them and share some tools that the CIBMTR developed to help your center be successful. To close, you'll review the Query functionality within FormsNet, which is used frequently within these two programs, but also for study requests and general data quality reviews.



​Prework​:


Submitting Cellular Therapy Data to the CIBMTRExplanation of what types of cellular therapy infusions should be reported to CIBMTR.


Cellular Therapy Forms Submission: How Forms Come DueAn overview of how the CIBMTR cellular therapy data collection forms come due, and a description of the reporting schedules.


An Overview of Cellular Therapy Forms: An overview of the CIBMTR cellular therapy data collection forms and what they captured.


Cellular Therapy Reporting- What distinguishes a DCI-DLI and How to Report It: A description of donor cellular infusions (DCI) / donor lymphocyte infusions (DLI), how they differ from HCT, and how to complete the cellular therapy forms.


Combined Follow Up: HCT and Cellular TherapyThe intent of "combined follow up" (when a recipient receives both an HCT and genetically modified CT) is to collect both the HCT and CT outcomes data. To achieve this, instead of creating a new 'universal form', existing forms were paired together, to create a “data package”.



​PowerPoint

CPI Updates

CPI Updates (for note-taking)

​PowerPoint

Cell Therapy Part 1
Cell Therapy Part 1 (for note-taking)

Cell Therapy Part 2
Cell Therapy Part 2 (for note-taking)

​Handouts


​Handouts

Cell Therapy activities


Day 2 Recordings: 


Sessions 7-8

Session 9

Session 10

Sessions 11-12



Last Updated: 2/7/2022 10:37 AM
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