Link between goals and other clinical concepts

"Dr. Marivan Santiago Abrahão" marivan at abrahao.net
Tue Jun 17 21:24:58 EDT 2014


Pablo,

It does make sense, but one should consider a third concept - psychology - that keeps off  the goal concept from empiric ground and fosters the  body weight concept to a real target measurement.




On 17/06/2014, at 10:07, Ing. Pablo Pazos <pazospablo at hotmail.com> wrote:

Hi all, does my previous message make sense?

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pablo pazos <pazospablo at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, if I want to establish a goal for body weight, I think there's a need of linking the goal concept with the body weight concept, but the body weight archetype is for measuring the weight not to specify a goal for it.
> I understand the difference between a goal (what you want to achieve, fixed value) and the measures (to control your progress and compare with the goal, variable value through time).
> Also, I think the target measurement from the goal archetype will depend on the specific concept I'm creating a goal for (body weight), I mean the magnitude and units constraints should be inherited someway from the concept I'm measuring (body weight) into the goal archetype.
> Does anyone has an idea of how will be a good way of modeling a goal related to another concept like weight or BP?
> Thanks!
> -- 
> Kind regards,
> Eng. Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
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