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This is the home page for all Clinical Engagement activities within Confluence. The site directs you to all resources you will need as a clinician to participate in the development of SNOMED CT, and also provides access to clinically focused educational materials

Contact

For queries relating to Clinical Engagement, please email crg@snomed.org


About Us

Clinical input into the development of SNOMED CT ensures that the terminology meets current and future clinical requirements. These activities form part of the broader approach of Clinical Engagement. Clinical engagement is currently supported by a dedicated team.

Although, each member of the Clinical Engagement team is located in a regional area, the Americas and Europe Middle East & Africa, the team looks to support clinical engagement activities across all regions through discussion and collaboration with local-based clinical colleagues.

Ian Green

Customer Relations Lead Europe and Clinical Engagement Business Manager

igr@snomed.org


The Clinical Engagement team

Dr Charles Gutteridge

Clinical Engagement Lead

EMEA

cgu@snomed.org

Peter Hendler, MD

Clinical Engagement Lead

Americas

phen@snomed.org

Jane Millar

Collaboration Lead

CRG Coordinator

jmi@snomed.org


Clinical Engagement strategy

Clinical Engagement Chat Room

SNOMED International Clinical Engagement strategy sets out the organisations approach to engaging with clinicians and clinical groups. It provides a framework for engagement activities, and details how clinical input will be provided to ensure that SNOMED CT meets the requirement of clinicians, and remains clinically relevant in the changing face of healthcare.

VISION

  • To ensure that all activities of the SNOMED International are influenced by global clinical communities
  • SNOMED International’s culture has a progressive and sustainable approach to engaging clinicians

Access strategy here Clinical Engagement

The Clinical Engagement Chat Room aims to provide a simple way to engage with other clinicians on issues and to ask/answer queries.

The url for the chat room is https://public-snomedintl.slack.com/messages/CBFLM8V18/ 

Getting Started

Access to the SNOMED International Slack workspaces are by invitation only. Experience on other platforms has shown that it is easier to manage who has access this way.

If you do not have an account or access to the SNOMED International public workspace, please contact crg@snomed.org to request an account. 


Resources

The links below provide access to various resources which support the provision of clinical input into the development and maintenance of SNOMED CT. 

Please <CLICK> on the appropriate button to access the resources you require

Blog stream

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