Examination archetypes

Diego Boscá yampeku at gmail.com
Thu Jun 25 05:28:51 EDT 2015


Great work!
We have been toying with the idea of "semantic patterns" for some
years now, it is good to see a real world use case :D
Probably these patterns can be seen as another kind of archetypes
(archetypes, templates, and patterns) and probably have special needs
(like being able to define variables?). It could be interesting to
detect if they have any special needs. Probably they should be
referenced formally from the derived archetypes (in a 'term binding'
way).

Regards

2015-06-25 10:39 GMT+02:00 Heather Leslie <heather.leslie at oceaninformatics.com>:
> Hi everyone,
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> If you’ve been following @openEHRCKM on twitter in the past couple of days,
> you will have noticed a flurry of activity.
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> After many years of experimentation, we have finally devised a solid base
> pattern for the physical exam findings family of archetypes. This is a
> massive piece of work if we are to attempt to structure
> recording/persistence/querying of all clinical examination in a way that
> allows clinical flexibility and fractal examination processes. You can see
> our base archetype pattern here: http://bit.ly/1HfuDYX. The intent is to
> build a specific archetype for each examination concept and to gradually
> extend the general pattern with specific data elements as they are
> identified clearly in clinical requirements.
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> The project to which all exam-related archetypes will gradually be added is
> here: http://www.openehr.org/ckm/#showProject_1013.30.25.
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> This work has been done in conjunction with Ian McNicoll (over years) and
> most recently with Silje Bakke and John Tore Valand from the Norwegian CKM
> team. Most recently it has been driven by requirements by DIPS for a sexual
> health clinic system to be implemented in Oslo.
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> Our intent is to develop a mind map that will help identify the exam
> concepts that will require archetypes to be developed, based on this exam
> pattern, and I hope to upload this to the Project soon. I will send a
> notification as soon as this is available, and this will help others to join
> in the archetype development process aligned with the pattern and the
> proposed granularity required to enable examination modelling that
> represents the fractal and complex requirements that we have identified out
> in ‘the real world’.
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> Kind Regards
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> Heather
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> Dr Heather Leslie
> MBBS FRACGP FACHI
> Consulting  Lead, Ocean Informatics
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> Clinical Programme Lead, openEHR Foundation
> Phone -  +61 418 966 670
> Skype - heatherleslie
> Twitter - @omowizard
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