Introduction to openEHR clinical modelling
A 2-day training course designed to equip clinicians, developers, informaticians, managers, decision- and policy-makers with a theoretical overview of openEHR, plus hands-on experience creating archetypes and templates, using clinical modelling tools and using the Clinical Knowledge Manager
Day 1 is typically an overview of openEHR and clinical modelling which is suitable for anyone in the organisation to attend.
Introduction to the openEHR specifications
Overview of openEHR use internationally
What is an archetype?
What is a template?
Introduction to the clinical modelling suite of tools
Introduction to clinical knowledge governance
Hands on: Reviewing an archetype or template in CKM
Day 2 builds on the knowledge of the first day and is usually a hands-on program, intended to provide basic knowledge and practical tooling experience for those in the organisation who will be building archetypes and templates.
Theory: how to create an archetype – classes and structure
Hands on: Building an archetype
Theory: How to create a template
Hands on: Building a template to represent a real data set
Day 1: clinicians, developers, informaticians, managers, decision/policy makers. Numbers are not capped.
Day 2: clinicians, developers, informaticians. Maximum of 25 attendees.
None. No previous knowledge of openEHR is assumed or expected.