Subject identification code | definition of subject identification code by Medical dictionary
subject identification code
subject identification code A unique alphanumeric identifier assigned by the investigator to each clinical trial participant to protect that person’s identity, which is used in lieu of the subject's/patient’s name when the investigator reports trial-related findings, including adverse events.
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For example, the Standard Subject Identification Code (SSIC) is essential to federal and DON compliant electronic records management.
Lookup / assign Standard Subject Identification Codes (SSIC) and other selectable attributes and parameters.
This easy-to-use tool allows users to search the manual's Part III, "Retention Standards for Naval Records," by either keyword or standard subject identification code