Stanford Children’s Health Epic Access for Research Staff

Instructions:  Complete the following instructions for all new University or LPCH research staff who need access to (or modification or renewal of) LPCH Epic access for research purposes.  CLICK HERE FOR SOP - 3/2017

Please email LPCHResearchEpic@stanford.edu for questions regarding Epic Access for Research Staff.

Training:  A formal research-focused LPCH Epic training is currently being developed.  For questions about training, navigating LPCH Epic, or to request an in-person training session, please contact Sijo Thomas at sithomas@stanfordchildrens.org or (650) 736-2806 (office).

Epic Clinical “How To” Help Desk:  (650) 498-7500 (Option 2), or contact Sijo Thomas at sithomas@stanfordchildrens.org or (650) 736-2806 (office).


Stanford Children's Health Epic Access for Monitors (Research Only)

Instructions:  Complete the following instructions for any monitor (i.e., Industry Sponsor, FDA) who requires LPCH Epic access for research auditing purposesCLICK HERE FOR SOP - 1/2017

Please CLICK HERE for a 'Tip Sheet for Study Monitors' regarding logging into Epic.

Please email LPCHResearchEpic@stanford.edu for questions regarding Epic Access for Monitors.


Stanford Health Care (SHC) Epic Access for Research Staff

To request SHC Epic access for research staff, an administrator, faculty or staff member should submit an online request on the employee’s behalf (requestor must have SID number).  The employee’s DFA should be the authorized approver the requests.   Exceptions: Pediatrics,*  Medicine,  and CCTO.  Resources regarding SHC Epic:

·       Access for Research Staff Communications

·       SHC Electronic Checklist

·       Standard Process: Access Request for University Research Staff

*Department of Pediatrics research staff requesting SHC Epic access please select Mary Chen as authorized approver on the SHC Access Request Form.

 

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