The database will assign participants a unique study participant identifier (PID) and all data will be entered against this number. The central database will be controlled and administered by NCTU Data Management. Features to help maintain data quality include the following: maintaining an audit trail; allowing users to raise data query requests; search facilities to identify validation failure/missing data.

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