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  • Enhanced Security

    For e-REC (and the Core Registry) a new stronger password is now required. You need to revise your password with the following criteria:

    1. Password must be at least 8 characters
    2. Password must contain both lower and upper case letters
    3. Password must contain at least one numeric character
    4. Password must contain at least one of the following symbols: @ # ! ? € $ £ % & _ + – ~

    For the Core Registry the same password as e-REC should be used. In addition for the Core Registry we have introduced 2 factor authentication. This requires the use of an authenticator app like Free OTP, Google authenticator.

    1. Scan the QR code that appears on the set-up screen
    2. Enter the 6 digit PIN into the box on the set-up screen.
    3. To log in after setting up OTP you will need both your password and the current 6 digit PIN provided by your authenticator app. 
    4. If you are not able to scan the QR code please use the Manual Entry Key in the OTP application on your mobile device.

    If you have any difficulties using 2 factor authentication, please contact Jillian.Bryce@glasgow.ac.uk

  • Registry drop in sessions: every other Friday at 14:00 CET via ZOOM with team EuRRECa. Just press here to join !

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  • Report on e-REC activity April-December 2020

  • EuRR-Bone @ conferences:

    Missed EuRR-Bone @ECTS 2021?:

    P194: The european registry for rare bone and mineral conditions (EuRR-Bone): first year experience of the use of an e-reporting tool. Abstract Presenter:  A.L. Priego Zurita, Netherlands.

    Poster is now available in the document library

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  • EuRR-Bone Kick off!

    As from 01-04-2020 we are official! The first part of the EuRR-Bone project is launched and centers can start registering for Rare Bone and Mineral Conditions.