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April Business Meeting, Tuesday, 9th, April 2019

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. The session aims to showcase the work currently underway within SNOMED International and the broader clinical SNOMED CT community. The aim is to share current practice and work in progress to support future developments that will provide SNOMED CT with the clinical input it requires supporting the global clinical community of practice.

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  1. Clinical engagement strategy
  2. Introduction to team
  3. Engaging clinicians – CRGs
  4. Input from Dentistry CRGs                                                                  
  5. Working with clinical reference groups
  1. Ian Green
  2. Ian Green
  3. Jane Millar
  4. Jorn Jorgensen
  5. Penni Hernandez

  1. Clinical Engagement Work plan
  2. Education (Overview and future)
  3. Current Education resources
  4. Benefits of SNOMED CT from a clinical perspective, Rotherham experience
  5. Panel discussion  
  1. Ian Green
  2. Ian Green
  3. Linda Bird
  4. Monica Jones
  5. All

Clinical use cases

  1. Developing clinical SNOMED CT subsets
  2. Using emergency medicine set in clinical practice
  3. Using SNOMED CT as part of clinical care and clinical decision support
  4. Panel discussion 

  1. Zac Whitewood-Moore
  2. Barts Health Clinical Lead
  3. Charles Gutteridge
  4. All

  1. SNOMED CT and analysis – data analytics tool (subsumption testing)
  1. Charles Gutteridge  and Peter Hendler

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