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See detailTerminología multilingüe en medicina general y de familia - Versión en Español
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Mariño, María Ana; La Valle, Ricardo et al

Book published by Care Editions (2016)

Esta monografía reproduce la lista de códigos Q, versión 2.5, y sus definiciones bajo el nombre de “Terminología multilingüe en medicina general y de familia – versión española” La clasificación Códigos-Q ... [more ▼]

Esta monografía reproduce la lista de códigos Q, versión 2.5, y sus definiciones bajo el nombre de “Terminología multilingüe en medicina general y de familia – versión española” La clasificación Códigos-Q para artículos no clínicos de medicina general y de familia se ha diseñado en base al desarrollo de una ontología informática en el servidor web www.hetop.eu del Laboratorio de Bioinformática de la Universidad de Rouen, Francia. Los Códigos Q tienden a representar los conceptos organizacionales esenciales de la Medicina Familiar. Los Códigos Q forman un capítulo complementario en la Clasificación Internacional de Atención Primaria, segunda edición (CIAP-2). Ellos son parte del proyecto 3CGP (Core Content Classification in General Practice Family medicine - Clasificación del contenido esencial de la atención primaria). Por lo tanto, combina las 3CGP con la clasificación ICPC-2 y los Códigos Q con el propósito de la indexación documental en medicina general y de familia. El proyecto de un sistema específico de indexación en medicina familiar se explica con precisión así como la capacidad del servidor web HeTOP es desarrollada en detalle. Se describe a continuación una lista tabular de los Códigos-Q, sus definiciones y finalmente un índice terminológico. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Q-Codes: General Practice / Family Medicine Online Multilingual Terminology & Knowledge Base. A semantic web based resource in English, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Dutch, Vietnamese, Turkish and Korean
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Gusso, Gustavo; Mariño, Maria Ana et al

Conference (2016, November 02)

The session is devoted to the launch of an online knowledge database specific to GP / FM. This work is the result of a two years’ work of a cooperative project between participants from 12 countries and 8 ... [more ▼]

The session is devoted to the launch of an online knowledge database specific to GP / FM. This work is the result of a two years’ work of a cooperative project between participants from 12 countries and 8 languages. People are now used to the International classification of Primary Care (ICPC-2) which addresses the clinical issues in GP/FM , ie Symptoms, Process and Diagnosis. We have work on non-clinical issues i.e. all themes addressed by GPs during congresses which concern organizational, ethical, structure, teaching or patient related issues not encompassed by ICPC-2. The letter Q was used to name Q-Codes because this letter wasn’t yet used in ICPC-2. Q-codes are a classification of non-clinical items in General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). Q-codes are a classification of non-clinical items in General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). After a demonstration of the Q-Codes terminology and of the online database, we are proud to present to you a new GP/FM terminology in 6 languages freely available online. Relevant urls are : • for Q-Codes knowledge base http://www.hetop.eu/Q • for user guide and download http://3cgp.docpatient.net/ Contact marc.jamoulle@doct.ulg.ac.be [less ▲]

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See detailA semantic web based resource for GP/FM in English, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Dutch, Vietnamese & Korean
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Gusso, Gustavo; Mariño, Maria Ana et al

Textual, factual or bibliographical database (2016)

The session is devoted to the launch of an online knowledge database specific to GP / FM. This work is the result of a two years’ work of a cooperative project between participants from 12 countries and 8 ... [more ▼]

The session is devoted to the launch of an online knowledge database specific to GP / FM. This work is the result of a two years’ work of a cooperative project between participants from 12 countries and 8 languages. People are now used to the International classification of Primary Care (ICPC-2) which addresses the clinical issues in GP/FM , ie Symptoms, Process and Diagnosis. We have work on non-clinical issues i.e. all themes addressed by GPs during congresses which concern organizational, ethical, structure, teaching or patient related issues not encompassed by ICPC-2. The letter Q was used to name Q-Codes because this letter wasn’t yet used in ICPC-2. Q-codes are a classification of non-clinical items in General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). Q-codes are a classification of non-clinical items in General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). After a demonstration of the Q-Codes terminology and of the online database, we are proud to present to you a new GP/FM terminology in 6 languages freely available online. Relevant urls are : · for Q-Codes knowledge base http://www.hetop.eu/Q · for user guide and download http://3cgp.docpatient.net/tutorials Contact marc.jamoulle@doct.ulg.ac.be [less ▲]

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See detailThe words of prevention, part I: changing the model
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Gavilan, Enrique; Cardoso, Raquel Val et al

in Revista Brasileira de Medicina de Família e Comunidade (2015), 10(35), 1-9

ABSTRACT Objective: This part I article explores the different meanings of relevant keywords for General Practice/Family Medicine (GP/FM) in the prevention domain. The aim is to contribute to information ... [more ▼]

ABSTRACT Objective: This part I article explores the different meanings of relevant keywords for General Practice/Family Medicine (GP/FM) in the prevention domain. The aim is to contribute to information process in GP/FM by keeping in line with the main terms used in health care organization. Methods: Important keywords for GP/FM in the prevention domain were selected. Then, a search was carried out on the main sources in GP/FM databases, as well as in Medical Subject Heading and major terminological databases available online. Results and Discussion: There is discrepancy between the conceptual contents of major prevention models amongst the usual bibliographic sources of knowledge in GP/FM in particular and medicine in general. Conclusion: For GP/FM, distribution of preventive activities is now firmly established on a new constructivist model, privileging the doctor-patient relationships and introducing a cybernetic thinking on the health care activities with a special commitment to ethics and the positive duty of beneficence. [less ▲]

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See detailThe words of prevention, part II: ten terms in the realm of quaternary prevention
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Gavilan, Enrique; Cardoso, Raquel Val et al

in Revista Brasileira de Medicina de Família e Comunidade (2015), 10(35), 1-9

ABSTRACT Objective: This part II article about the ‘words of prevention’ presents in a terminological way the content of ten current concepts used in the prevention domain which are closely linked to ... [more ▼]

ABSTRACT Objective: This part II article about the ‘words of prevention’ presents in a terminological way the content of ten current concepts used in the prevention domain which are closely linked to quaternary prevention: (1) overinformation, (2) overdiagnosis, (3) medically unexplained symptoms, (4) overmedicalisation, (5) incidentaloma, (6) overscreening, (7) overtreatment, (8) shared decision making, (9) deprescribing, and (10) disease mongering. Methods: with the support of the laboratory team of the University of Rouen, France, which is dedicated to medical terminology and semantic relationships, it was possible to utilize a graphic user interface (called DBGUI) allowing the construction of links for each of chosen terms, and making automatic links to MeSH, if any. Those concepts are analyzed in their environment in current literature, as well as in their MeSH counterparts, if any, and related semantic online terminologies. Results and Discussion: The rules in terminological development aspire to cover the whole field of a concept and in the meantime, it helps to avoid the noise due to proxy and not exactly related issues. This refers to exhaustivity and specificity in information retrieval. Our finds show that referring to MeSH only in information retrieval in General Practice/Family medicine can induce much noise and poor adequacy to the subject investigated. Conclusion: Gathering concepts in specially prepared terminologies for further development of ontologies is a necessity to enter in the semantic web area and the era of distributed data. [less ▲]

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