Class of archetype 'Gender'

Shinji KOBAYASHI skoba at moss.gr.jp
Tue Apr 2 08:39:32 EDT 2019


Hi Silje,

Interesting idea. Gender dysphoria might be difficult to describe by
diagnosis archetype.
However, Cluster.gender(or sex) is handy to slot into
demographic.person archetype.

Shinji

2019年4月2日(火) 17:09 Bakke, Silje Ljosland via openEHR-clinical
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> On revisiting the archetype CLUSTER.gender, we’ve discussed changing the class of the archetype to EVALUATION. The reasoning behind this is that the original use cases we thought would be relevant for this archetype, such as nesting it within a lab result or an interpreter request, aren’t really relevant anymore. We now believe the archetype is more useful in a persistent composition.
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> Are there any use cases we haven’t thought of, where it’s necessary to nest this archetype within ENTRY archetypes?
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> Kind regards,
> Silje Ljosland Bakke
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