Welcome to the Mental and Behavioural Health Clinical Reference Group Space
The Mental and Behavioural Health Clinical Reference Group has been established to bring together clinicians across the world to discuss the use of SNOMED CT in their clinical records and work together to draw up a draft plan for revision and identification of new content in SNOMED CT, based on international requirements and review of existing content. Any such plan can then be shared with SNOMED International to discuss resourcing and timelines for any agreed work.
This confluence site provides a mechanism for capturing and sharing information, arranging calls and recording details of what has been discussed internationally. Those with an interest in this topic are encouraged to contribute, regardless of professional background and level of knowledge.
Please click here to read the ways of working for Clinical Reference Groups
Additional information sources
Details of terminologies and classifications in use within Mental and Behavioural Health click here
Meetings of this group will take place 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month 1600-1730 UTC. Please see details below for dial in information
Note that the next call will be 2 August 2021 at 1600 -1730 UTC
Web conferencing details
For details on available options for web conferencing using Zoom click here
The Mental and Behavioural Health Group has a dedicated Zoom account https://snomed.zoom.us/my/mentalhealthcrg
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.
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