Welcome to the Blood Components Clinical Reference Group space
The SNOMED International Blood Components Clinical Reference Group is a community of practice for clinicians focused on blood components and associated usage.
The role of all Clinical Reference Groups is to provide a forum to discuss issues, and influence the development and improvement of content in SNOMED CT.
The Blood Components Clinical Reference Group has been established to ensure that the requirements of blood components are incorporated into the content of SNOMED CT international Release and also to support the development of derivative products that will support implementations focused on using SNOMED CT for public health purposes.
Ways of working
Please click here to read the ways of working for Clinical Reference Groups
Additional information resources
Details of terminologies and classifications in use within the clinical specialty click here
Web conferencing details
For details on available options for web conferencing using Zoom click here
The Blood Components Clinical Reference Group has a dedicated Zoom account
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The link provides a Zoom discussion forum, which doesn't require a chair/lead person, but provides access to a discussion space. All the functionality is still available, video, scene share. The only limitation is that currently it is not possible to record the calls. If this is required, please contact a member of the SNOMED International staff.
We welcome participation from anyone interested in ensuring that SNOMED CT supports the clinical requirements for electronic documentation and communication of patient care in any setting, focused on blood components
If you wish to participate in discussions you must be logged onto Confluence with your username and password.
If you do not have a Confluence account click here
For the ways of working for all Clinical Reference Groups click here
Links to project groups that are linked to the Blood Components Clinical Reference Group
Links to editorial groups that are linked to the Blood Components Clinical Reference Group