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This is the Mapping SIG Project migrated from Collabnet - https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/projects/mapping_sig/

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Focus

The focus of this group is to provide an international platform for the sharing of experience and expertise in mapping between SNOMED CT and other clinical terminologies and classifications.

Roles

  • Chair:  Hazel Brear (2015-2016)
  • Vice-Chair:  Accepting nominations (2015-2016 then chair 2017-2018)
  • IHTSDO staff liaison:  Ian Green

Meetings

  • Second Monday of every month for one hour
    • mid-year [Daylight Savings or summer for northern hemisphere] at 19:00 UTC
    • early and late in year [end DST and winter for northern hemisphere] at 20:00 UTC
  • GoToMeeting is used for meeting facilitation.

Announcements

Hazel Brear

Future direction of the Mapping SIG

Please review the updated proposals for the future direction of this group. We wish to consult with all members over the next 4 weeks. There will be a discussion of the proposals at the February 8, 2016 meeting followed by voting for your preferred option by February 15, 2016. The proposal is attached to the page of the January 11, 2016 meeting.

Abstract submission deadline extended to May 2 What's better than attending an exciting conference? Being part of it! Submit an abstract for an oral presentation or an e-poster to see your name on the program at this year's SNOMED CT Expo. In addition to being an excellent professional development opportunity, you'll be a part of the ever-expanding SNOMED CT global community, which thrives when users share their knowledge and expertise. Check out snomedexpo.org https://www.snomed.…
In the UK, in response to the Mental Health Taskforce https://www.england.nhs.uk/mental-health/taskforce/, there was a drive to make sure people experiencing first-episode psychosis have timely access to evidence-based care. The NCCMH (National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health) developed the guidance documents to support this, commissioned by NHS England.…
SNOMED International and the International Diet Dysphagia Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI) have signed an agreement to incorporate IDDSI Framework v2.0 content into SNOMED CT to enable use in electronic health records globally. Peter Lam, IDDSI Chair, expressed that, “The agreement with SNOMED is another exciting and positive step to meeting IDDSI's goal of improving the safety of people of all ages, all cultures, and in all care settings, who are living with dysphagia.…
As you will be aware, historically we have had a pathology and laboratory medicine group which unfortunately has been inactive for the last few years. We have now identified new clinical leads for the group, and are looking to relaunch the group. The first meeting will be on 24th, March 2022 at 20:00 UTC. Details of the meeting and Zoom details are available on the groups Confluence site - Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Clinical Reference Group.…
Definitely have a read, this is a very informative article, on a key clinical area . . .  Background: Kidney biopsy registries all over the world benefit research, teaching and health policy. Comparison, aggregation and exchange of data is however greatly dependent on how registration and coding of kidney biopsy diagnoses are performed. This paper gives an overview over kidney biopsy registries,…
Dr. Dai Evans presents: "SNOMED CT implementation in UK general practice (England): A user’s perspective" The implementation of SNOMED CT within GP clinical systems across England has been underway for a couple of years. This involved a migration from the existing legacy coding systems of Read version 2 and Clinical Terms Version 3 (CTV3) to SNOMED CT.…
There was a very interesting meeting of the Nursing Clinical Reference Group on 18 November with new attendees and a number of topics discussed - the recording is available on the Nursing CRG area. We agreed that we would have our next call in December. We agreed 16 December but now need to amend the date. The next meeting of the Nursing CRG will now be on Tuesday 15th December, 2100 - 2200 UTC. (note this slightly later time is only for this meeting).…
This is a reminder that we have a meeting of the Nursing CRG on 18 November at 2000 UTC. We want to focus discussion on implementation of SNOMED CT and how nurses are working with their EHRs, and identifying use cases that you have nationally or locally, along with any issues/questions that are being raised. This will enable the group to explore key areas of work which the group can focus on going forward. And we will provide an update on SNOMED International work relevant to nursing,…
Dear all, We are hosting a meeting of the Genomics and Precision Medicine CRG Meeting on the 2nd December 2020 at 17:00 UTC. The focus of the meeting will be to start the discussion on how SNOMED CT can best support the future implementation of Precision Medicine. SNOMED International is looking to develop a high level descriptive document that will inform the community on the use of SNOMED CT to meet this use case. The meeting will provide background detail,…
Dear all, We are hosting a 90 minute clinical webinar next Wednesday (2nd September 2020) at 19:00 UTC.  Presenters: Monica Jones Chief Data Officer HDRUK, Hub for cancer (DATA-CAN) Topic: COVID and cancer - The use of real time data and open standards Daniel Karlsson and Keng-Ling Wallin Socialstyrelsen (The National Board of Health and Welfare, Sweden) Topic: Clinical engagement in Sweden The webinar will be hosted on Zoom -  https://snomed.zoom.…
Clinical webinar - August 2020
Dear all, We are hosting a clinical webinar on the 5th, August 2020 at 19:00 UTC. The webinar will last 90 minutes, and the presenters will be will be Ian McNicoll Co-Chair, openEHR Foundation and Dr Peter Hendler, SNOMED International Clinical Engagement Lead, Americas. The focus of the presentations are the clinical application of SNOMED CT,…
Clinical Webinar - July 2020
Dear all, We are hosting a clinical webinar on the 1st, July 2020 at 19:00 UTC. The webinar will last 90 minutes, and the presenters will be will be Riki Merrick, Lead terminologist, Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and Dr Wai Keong Wong, Chief Research Information Officer, Consultant Haematologist, University College London Hospital. The focus of the presentations are the clinical application of SNOMED CT, focusing specifically on it's use in public health and clinical research,…
Dear all, We are hosting a clinical webinar on the 3rd, June 2020 at 19:00 UTC. The webinar will last 90 minutes, and the presenters will be will be Dr.Karen Horridge (Disability Paediatrician - Sunderland & Chair, British Academy of Childhood Disability) and Srdan Prodanovic (Owner of ezDerm) The focus of the presentations are the clinical application of SNOMED CT and draw upon the implementation experiences of both presenters The webinar will be hosted on Zoom - https://snomed.zoom.…
Dear all, We are hosting a clinical webinar on the 6th, May 2020 at 19:00 UTC. The webinar will last 90 minutes, and the presenters will be will be Dr.Charles Gutteridge and Sophie Williams. The focus of the presentations are the clinical experiences of using SNOMED CT for clinical analytics across a population and within large hospital provider The webinar will be hosted on Zoom - https://snomed.zoom.us/j/8853010974 https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fsnomed.zoom.…
Dear all, The meeting scheduled for the 29th, April 2020 at 02:00 UTC has been rescheduled and the agenda changed. The meeting will now take place at 16:00 UTC on 29th, April 2020. The updated agenda can be found here - 2020-04-29 - Cancer Synoptic Reporting Project Group Meeting. The focus of the meeting will be to continue to discuss and resolve editorial issues related to the SNOMED CT content to support Cancer Synoptic Reporting.…

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