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가정 의학과 1 차 의료의 주요 개념을 보급하기위한 다국어 자료

Authors
  • Jamoulle, Marc
  • Bae, Jong-Myon
  • Pizzanelli, Miguel
  • Ouvrard, Patrick
  • Grosjean, Julien
  • Darmoni, Stefan
Publication Date
Oct 19, 2018
Source
ORBi
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Language
English
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Abstract

Background: General practice/ Family Medicine (GP/FM) and Primary Health Care (PHC) Knowledge Management (KM) - High complexity by intertwined human and technical approaches - Content not harmonized. No uniform table of content for both disciplines - Classification system available only for clinical purposes (ICPC 1987- ongoing) - No existing contextual features classification Methods - Qualitative analysis of 2300 abstracts of GP congresses - Elaboration of a taxonomy called Q-Codes about contextual information (ie not clinical), - Complementary to the International Classification of Primary care (ICPC-2) - Using online HeTOP semantic base (OWL-2) to develop terminological records - Linking concept to existing terminologies and knowledge repositories (PubMed- DBpedia-Babelnet) - Multilingual translation by dedicated GPs worldwide (10 languages – more ongoing) - Experimental use of Q-Codes in various KM situations Results • GP/FM & PHC evolutionary knowledge base on www.hetop.eu/Q (exportable in Excel and OWL-2) • 182 Q-Codes Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) in 10 languages: ex : Korean Shared Decision Making in Korean • Experiments are ongoing and presented on http://3cgp.docpatient.net/(abstracts indexing, pedagogy, master thesis indexing, discussion indexing, automatic annotators, e-learning application) Conclusion Indexing of the GP/FM literature (congress abstracts, master's and doctoral thesis, group discussions) enhance the accessibility of research results and promote the emergence of networks of researchers. The work is ongoing and will be maintained by the Q-Code working group into the WONCA International Classification Committee. More on : Jamoulle & all EJGP Dec 2017.

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