Adverse reaction archetype... just published

Ian McNicoll ian at freshehr.com
Thu Nov 19 05:03:30 EST 2015


Fantastic effort, Heather. It is great to see the momentum picking up.

Ian

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On 19 November 2015 at 09:30, Heather Leslie <
heather.leslie at oceaninformatics.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
>
>
> Just a quick note to let you know that the Adverse Reaction archetype has
> been published.
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> The evolution of the archetype from its first iteration uploaded in July
> 2008 and first ever review in July 2009 through to today has been
> fragmented and a bit ‘staccato’ with review contributions coming from the
> openEHR, NEHTA and Nasjonal IKT CKMs at various times through the process,
> culminating in publication in the international openEHR CKM. I expect that
> Norway is likely to follow suit very soon, others will utilise it at their
> own pace.
>
>
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> This published archetype is the result of activity in each of the openEHR,
> NEHTA and Nasjonal IKT CKMs:
>
>    - Activity:
>       - First review round 2009 (openEHR)
>       - 5 Review rounds Nov 2010 to Jul 2011 (NEHTA)
>       - Further review round 2012 (openEHR)
>       - 4 joint review rounds with FHIR community from Jul 2014-Nov 2015
>       (openEHR)
>       - 1 parallel review round by Nasjonal IKT in Norwegian language
>       Jun-Sep 2015 (Norway CKM)
>    - 12 Review rounds completed in total, comprising
>       - 91 individuals participated from 16 countries
>       - 182 individual reviews
>    - 0 face to face meetings! All work was done online, including
>    Editorial facilitation of reviewer feedback.
>
>
>
> And this is definitely our most complex archetype published to date. It is
> a ubiquitous concept, but implemented in many different ways and contexts,
> and the added requirement that flexible extensions will be required for
> aligned activities such as reporting to government or for clinical trial
> data.
>
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> It is anticipated that an aligned FHIR resource will be made available
> based on the common clinical content collaboration.
>
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>
> An absolutely phenomenal effort from everyone!
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> Now we move on to the Medication family of archetypes in the next few days
> – another extraordinarily complex modelling feat that is currently being
> coordinated by Ian McNicoll. If you would like to participate please adopt
> the archetypes you would like to review:
> http://www.openehr.org/ckm/#showProject_1013.30.27
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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 <http://www.oceaninformatics.com/>
>
> *Clinical Programme Lead, *openEHR Foundation <http://www.openehr.org/>
> p: +61 418 966 670   skype: heatherleslie   twitter: @omowizard
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