The SCMR Registry is designed to support the mission of the SCMR, “To improve cardiovascular health by advancing the field of CMR”, by:
- Promoting evidence-based utilization of CMR through a collaborative global effort.
- Providing a web mechanism for CMR centers to upload de-identified patient data, CMR indications, and images that incorporates state-of-the-art data security and privacy standards.
- Providing a mechanism of tracking patient outcomes (death, events).
- Supporting global access to make registry data available to the wider CMR research community.
SCMR Registry Data Access Policy | PDF
SCMR Registry Data Access Policy - Highlights | PDF
SCMR Registry Access Application | PDF
SCMR Registry Search Request Form | PDF
Why should I participate?
- Opportunities for research, collaboration, and generating publications that prove the value of CMR to the benefit of the entire field.
- Each center will maintain control of its own data, opting in or out of any approved research study.
- Quality assessment features (under development) will improve your CMR service.
- A Registry Connector system is being developed to automatically upload data into the Registry from existing imaging and reporting systems.
How do I participate?
There are two ways to participate in the SCMR Registry: as a data contributor, and as a researcher.
More information on the processes required for both can be found in these slides:
How to participate in the SCMR Registry | PDF
If you wish to join and contribute data to the Registry, the first step is for your institution to sign the Participation Agreement:
SCMR Registry Participation Agreement | PDF
Watch here for more information including forms to request a database search and access to Registry data.
If you have any questions, please contact:
- Registry Chair, Lon Simonetti at Simonetti.email@example.com or
- Program Manager, Lauren Small at HQ@scmr.org
- Duke University
- The Ohio State University
- The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Magnetic Resonance Hospital
- University of Minnesota
- Virginia Commonwealth University