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A FREE personal application that empowers healthcare and clinical research professionals to maintain, share, exchange and verify Professional Experience and Training (PET) records such as resumes, licenses, diplomas, training, education and certification, all centralized, organized and up to date in order to maintain in compliance with regulatory agencies, employers, sponsors, IRBs, CROs and other management and regulatory organizations.

Sharing your Professional Experience and Training Records

You can use your account to maintain and ultimately, to share your Professional Experience and Training (PET) records and credentials with organizations whom you grant permission to connect and share your records with. Please continue to log in and follow any additional instructions within the site.

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Product Catalog Access

Annual Memberships can be purchased from the product Catalog located on the menu bar.

Susidized or Awarded Annual Memberships

If your membership has been subsidized or have been awarded a FREE annual membership simply log into your BlueCloud account to access the programs below from your Activities page. Membership includes access to the following Training and Certification programs, which are required by regulatory agencies in healthcare and clinical research.

• NIH Stroke Scale - NIHSS (3.0 CME/CE Credits)

This is a world-wide standardized and harmonized certification program.

The program was developed in collaboration with international organizations for the benefit of the healthcare and clinical research professionals in order to improve global inter-rater-reliability when using this diagnostic tool, while helping organizations in healthcare and clinical research improve human subject protection and the safety of patients and clinical trial subjects. This 14 year old STANDARDIZED program is now accepted across healthcare organizations, clinical trial sponsors, CROs and global regulatory agencies as the industry standard.

• Rankin Scale - mRS (2.5 CME/CE Credits)

This is a world-wide standardized and harmonized certification program.

A consistent approach to scoring patient recovery is essential for healthcare and research purposes and is desirable for routine clinical application. This training program was prepared by Professor KR Lees in association with the Media Services Department of the University of Glasgow, with the assistance of an educational grant. The support and co-operation of staff in the Acute Stroke Unit Cerebrovascular Clinic of the Western Infirmary, Glasgow and of Drumchapel Hospital, Glasgow is gratefully acknowledged. Patients shown in the recordings gave consent to use of this material for teaching and research purposes.

This 10 year old STANDARDIZED program is now accepted across healthcare organizations, clinical trial sponsors, CROs and global regulatory agencies as the industry standard.

• Barthel Index - BI (1.25 CME / CE Credits)

As rehabilitation became established as a medical discipline, many scales offering objective measures of recovery were described by physicians or therapists. In the “chronic disease” hospitals of Baltimore, a “Maryland disability index” was developed. Dr Florence I Mahoney and Dorothea W Barthel modified this Disability Index; their aim was to produce a tool that allowed “simple index of independence, useful in scoring improvement in rehabilitation”. The resulting ten item assessment instrument was named after one of its creators – the Barthel index. First used in clinical practice around 1955, Barthel’s eponymous scale became popular in rehabilitation and was well established by 1965. Although not designed for clinical trials, BI has been used as trial endpoint, either singly or as part of a “global” measure, in several landmark international studies.

• Columbia Suicidality Scale - C-SSRS

The Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) supports suicide risk assessment through a series of simple, plain-language questions that anyone can ask. The answers help users identify whether someone is at risk for suicide, assess the severity and immediacy of that risk, and gauge the level of support that the person needs. Users of the C-SSRS tool ask people:

• Good Clinical Practice - GCP

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