The DRSi Initial User Course is designed to help new and existing Army DRSi (ADRSi) users learn what the DRSi system is used for and how to use it. The course covers reportable medical events, understanding case definitions, and how to use the DRSi to report cases, outbreaks, and STI risk surveys. The implementation of this online course will help new DRSi users receive standardized training on this system, improve data reporting quality and timeliness, and promote better awareness of the different functions within DRSi.
Typically Army employees that request access to the ADRSi include: Army Public Health Nurses, Preventive Medicine Providers, Public Health Officers, Epidemiology Technicians, and other public health professionals. Users must complete the training prior to receiving access to the System.
Students may register for the course, though ATRRS. Registration confirmation takes a minimum of 24 hours before receiving the Blackboard course link via email. Completing the course takes about one hour. ATRRS link-https://www.atrrs.army.mil/ Use the word "DRSi", in the search 'Course title' box.
Students will take a pre-test to determine their prior knowledge; if students receive a score of 100% in the pre-test, they will automatically pass the course and receive ADRSi certificate of completion (within 24 hours via email).
If the student does not receive a score of 100% on the pre-test, they will complete the course by watching the instructional video, and take the post-test. Students must score 80% or above to pass the post-test. Once passed, the student will receive thecertificate by email within 24 hours.
**Please note- The course registration from ATRRS, maytake up to 48 hours.**
To receive access to the DRSi system, students arerequired to send one email with both their completed DD2875 SAAR form and a copyof their DRSi certificate of completion together, to the Army DRSi help deskemail (email@example.com ).The help desk will register the student in DRSi and send back the student’susername and password to register their CAC in DRSi.
If any students encounters Blackboard or computer issues,or extended delays (more than 48 hours) in getting access to the course or receivingtheir DRSi certificate, they should contact the Blackboard help desk. MEDCoE Help Desk-1/888 263-3356 M-F 0630-1630 CST Email: firstname.lastname@example.org