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  1. Search/select the ATF lab result you wish to edit.

    2.   Click the Edit button.

Also see section Editing a Lab result. If the ATF-record has the (partially) Submitted status and was matched to a corresponding DCF entered in ADAMS, then the lab result record is partially locked, only allowing more details to be added, yet not to remove or to modify existing data. If you would like to open up (unlock) all fields, then contact the concerned Testing Authority (TA) with the request to break the match.

    3.  Make any changes.

If you want to finalize any further investigation done and indicate its outcomes, change the Test Result and fill in the reason for the change in the intended text box. (This can be done without the requirement of breaking the match by the TA).

  • Test result ATF  Negative
  • Test result ATF  AAF

The Test Result Reason becomes mandatory in these cases. An Activity entry will automatically be created in the Activities tab recording the changes (when/who) and the Test result reason. A notification will be sent to the TA indicating the ATF change (in both cases Negative/AAF).

    4. Set the Status and click on the Save button to post the edited result.

  • If the Test result ATF was changed into  Negative:

A new Negative result is created with the same data as in the original ATF (e.g. sample code, type etc). The original ATF result will be retained and the status automatically set to Complete-investigation Negative (there is a link to the new Negative result)

  • If the Test result ATF was changed into  AAF:

A new AAF result is created with the same data as in the original ATF (e.g. sample code, type etc). The original ATF result will be retained and the status automatically set to Complete-investigation AAF (there is a link to the new AAF result)

For the athlete in question the view will also change: ADAMS will automatically update the status of the ATF record on the athlete to the appropriate status:
Complete – Investigation Negative
Complete – Investigation AAF
If the lab result becomes an AAF, not only will the ATF status be updated, but an AAF record will also be created automatically. The resulting AAF will not be displayed to the athlete when (s)he logs in, regardless of what was ticked in the ATF. The My Recent Test page will therefore change from ATF to No results until the Display To Athlete checkbox is also ticked in the AAF.)

 

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