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Welcome to the Substances Project Group Space!

Purpose

The purpose of the Drug Model Project Group is to contribute and help progress specific deliverables within the Drug Project.

Project group members are requested to:

  • Review documents and provide comments in the format directed by the authors. Complete assigned tasks to due date, incomplete tasks are located in the "Incomplete tasks from all meetings" section of the Meeting Information - Substance Hierarchy page. If you are assigned a task that cannot be completed by the due date, please add a comment so that a new due date can be negotiated.
  • Review the topics on the Discussions page and respond as appropriate.
  • Raise general questions, comments, and corrections should be submitted via the "Comments" section at the bottom of the relevant page.

Scope

The scope of the project is to

  1. Provide a re-design of Substances hierarchy and a review of previous SNOMED CT substances work.

  2. Provide a strategy and a project plan for implementation of the re-designed hierarchy 
  3. Implement the re-designed hierarchy on content

Chair

Phuong Skovgaard and Emma Melhuish

Meetings

Meeting Information - Substance Hierarchy

Face to Face

The Substances Project Group will meet during the IHTSDO Business Meeting in London in April. 

http://www.snomed.org/participate/attend-ihtsdo-events/

Members

Members are listed here

Bruce Goldberg, Ian SpiersMichael LawleyDaniel KarlssonJeremy RogersMichael OsborneDion McMurtrieOlivier BodenreiderEd CheethamJo Goulding, John KilbournePenny LivesayGuillermo Reynoso, Palle PetersenKell Greibe, Matt CordellJim Case 

Space Content

This project contains the following pages Drugs Substance Project - Directory

Deliverables

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