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Marc Jamoulle, Michel Roland,July 1997.and Jean Karl Soler, April 1999


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Links specific to ICPC and Primary Care

  1. Primary Care Standards Conference, Doubletree Hotel Canal Street New Orleans. November 1 and 2,1995., report by Rob Wilson

    A conference to establish standards for clinical vocabularies in primary care, was held at the Doubletree Hotel Canal Street New Orleans. Everyone interested in learning more about standards in primary care informatics, or in participating in the development of standards was welcome and encouraged to attend. This meeting grew out of informal discussions among leaders of AMIA,s Family Practice/Primary Care Working Group, the Primary Health Care Specialist Group of the British Computer Society, and Working Group V of IMIA (the GP Working Group).

  2. Building a research database from computerised general practice records
    F Tyrer, I Hambleton, R Lawrenson, M Pierce
    Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London SW10 9NH
    Journal of Informatics in Primary Care 1996 (September):8-13

    To start a debate on the use of GP data for purposes other than the original purpose for which it was collected.

  3. The Problem Oriented Medical Record - just a little more structure to help the world go round?
    Mike Bainbridge, Peter Salmon, Ann Rappaport, Glyn Hayes, John Williams,Sheila Teasdale
    Clinical Computing Special Interest Group (CLICSIG) of the PHCSG
    Proceedings of the 1996 Annual Conference of The Primary Health Care Specialist Group of the British Computer Society

    This paper describes some of the limitations of the POMR and discusses a number of areas into which it could be extended. Critical to the future success of the EHR is the transferability of a clinical record between clinical systems without compromising the integrity and indeed admissibility of the record in a court of law. The record transferred must also not compromise the integrity of the existing records on the accepting system. Hence this paper attempts to define and clarify a set of structures which could be used in an EHR. One extension will be explored in depth - the timeline - as an example of how the other structures can be pulled together into a more clinically useful whole.

  4. Do we need a classification for Primary Care?
    Dr John Williams GP, Guildford, Chairman, Primary Health Care S Group
    , Journal of Informatics in Primary Care 1996 (March):11-13

    This paper was produced in July 1995 for the GP Working Group of the National Health Service Centre for Coding and Classification (NHS-CCC)

  5. Sentinel network in France
    Etude de faisabilité de l'observation épidémiologique nationale de la filière ville-hôpital grâce au Réseau Sentinelles
    Rapport intermédiaire scientifique
    Laurent Letrilliart, Antoine Flahault, Marguerite Guiguet, Alain-Jacques Valleron, Laure Dangoumau et l'équipe du Réseau Sentinelles

  6. Terminology and mapping
    • EncodeFM est un système piloté par le Dr Bob Bernstein d'Ottawa et qui offre une terminologie extensive(35), en anglais et français avec les transcodages ICD-10.
    • ICPC-Plus est produit par la Family Medicine Research Unit, dirigée par le Dr Helena Britt de l'Université de Sydney. Outre une banque de données terminologiques étendue(36) en anglais et un transcodage, ICPC-Plus offre un service d'aide au codage et de traitement de l'information.
    • Le LOCAS est une banque de données terminologiques(37) en langue française élaboré par Michel Roland, Marc Jamoulle et Bernard Dendeau dans le cadre de leurs activités de recherche au sein de la Fédération des Maisons Médicales de Belgique. La particularité de cette base est que les termes classifiés selon la CISP sont standardisés.

  7. Tribune libre du codage des actes
    Site de discussion ouverte sur le codage des actes en médecine de famille. Ce site est maintenu par l'Union Professionnelle des Médecins Libéraux (France)
  8. Document about ICPC posted on the official site of the Royal Dutch Medical Association (KNMG)

    http://www.artsen.net/an/is/stand/icpc.html - Artsennet is the site of the Royal Dutch Medical Association (KNMG).
    This site includes discussion list, news, calendar of events, documents about medical classification standards (International Classification of Diseases - ICD, International Classification of Primary Care - ICPC, Systematized Nomenclature of Human and Veterinary Medicine - SNOMED, ...) for medical professionals and much more.
    Artsennet is a medical professional interactive network of and for Dutch doctors.

  9. ICPC - kortversjon - Norwegian resources

Links to various classifications and coding systems

  1. Classification links : Clinical Coding & Health Information Management

  2. http://snomed.org/
    SNOMED - the Systematized Nomenclature of Human Medicine

    The official website, offering information via Powerpoint presentations and text of slides. SNOMED is a comprehensive, multiaxial nomenclature classification work created for the indexing of the entire medical record, including signs and symptoms, diagnoses, and procedures. Its unique design will allow full integration of all medical information in the electronic medical record into a single data structure.

  3. Myth, Stereotype, and Cross-Gender Identity in the DSM-IV
    Association for Women in Psychology 21st Annual Feminist Psychology Conference Portland, OR, 1996

  4. The Read Codes: Towards a Common Language of Health

    http://www.hisavic.aus.net/hisa/mag/jul93/the.htm - These are extracts from the paper presented to the first Annual Meeting of the New South Wales Health Informatics Association by Professor R.M. Douglas, Director of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the Australian National University, Canberra, and published in the first issue of Informatics in Health Care, Australia.

  5. http://www.artsen.net/an/is/stand/icd.html
    - ICD - the International Classification of Diseases

  6. International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM)
    http://www.cdc.gov/nchswww/about/otheract/icd9/abticd9.htm
    The International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) is based on the World Health Organization's Ninth Revision, International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9). ICD-9-CM is the official system of assigning codes to diagnoses and procedures associated with hospital utilization in the United States. The ICD-9 is used to code and classify mortality data from death certificates.

  7. ICD-10: The International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, tenth revision

    http://www.who.int/hst/icd-10/index.html
    The Tenth Revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems is the latest in a series that was formalized in 1893 as the Bertillon Classification or International List of Causes of Death. A complete review of the historical background to the classification is given in Volume 2.
    While the title has been amended to make clearer the content and purpose and to reflect the progressive extension of the scope of the classification beyond diseases and injuries, the familiar abbreviation "ICD" has been retained.
    In the updated classification, conditions have been grouped in a way that was felt to be most suitable for general epidemiological purposes and the evaluation of health care.

  8. ICD-10 AM Australian Modification of ICD-10 (in preparation) scheduled to come into effect in Australia and New Zealand on 1 July 1998.

    Contact:
    Dr Richard Madden
    Head, WHO Collaborating Centre for the Classification of Diseases
    Australian Institute of Health & Welfare
    GPO Box 570
    Canberra ACT 2601
    Australia
    Telephone: (61) 6 244 1100
    Fax: (61) 6 244 1111
    e-mail: richard.madden@aihw.gov.au

  9. ATC Classification Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical classification system for drugs

    Contact:
    WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology
    P.O. Box 100
    Veitvet
    N-0518 Oslo 5
    Norway
    Telephone: (47) 22 169 810
    Fax: (47) 22 169 818

  10. WHOART

    WHO Adverse Reactions Terminology

    Contact:
    WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring
    P.O. Box 26
    S-751 03 Uppsala
    Sweden
    Telephone: (46) 18 17 48 50
    Fax: (46) 18 54 85 66
    e-mail: who.drugs@who.pharmasoft.se
    www: who.pharm

  11. International Classification of Impairments, Activities and Participation
    - ICIDH - the International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps


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