Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of The Origins of openEHR

May 19, 2008, 5:54:10 PM (16 years ago)



  • The Origins of openEHR

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    9393Participants in the GEHR Project
    95 さらにDavidとSam
     95DavidとSamに加えて,GEHRの話を続けていく上で密接にかかわっていく人々がいる。Dr. Dipak KalraはGEHR臨床タスクグループを指揮し,David Lloydは技術的タスクグループの主要な貢献者である。二人は最初からBartholomewのチームに加わっていた。Dr Jo Milanはロンドン王立Marsden病院の情報部長であり,Dr Stanley Sheppardはイギリスの一般内科向けソフトウェア会社であるUpdate社の社長であった。二人はSt. Bartholomewのチームに下請け開発として加わっていた。Update社はプロジェクトの初期にコンソーシアムから手を引かなければならなかったが,Stan(ley Sheppard)は個人的に関係を維持していた。Tom Bealeは王立Marsdenに1993年にコンサルタントとして雇用された,引き続きSt BartholomewのGEHRチームにコンサルタントとして加わり,重要なモデリングを行う時期を手伝ってヘルスケア記録(health care record)のために最初のGEHRオブジェクトモデルへと作っていった。David Ingramは1995年にロンドンUCLの医療情報学の教授に任命され,チームもそこに移り,医療情報センター(CHIME; Centre for Health Informatics)を設立した。Marcia JacksはGEHRプロジェクトの管理者であり,現在はSt. Bartholomewのチームが移籍したUCLのCHIMEの調整役となっている。
    9797In addition, to David and Sam, of those still closely involved in the continuing story of GEHR, Dr Dipak Kalra, who led the GEHR Clinical Task Group, and David Lloyd, a key contributor to the technical Task Group, joined the St. Bartholomew's team at the outset. Dr Jo Milan, Director of Information at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London, and Dr Stanley Sheppard, Chief Executive of Update, a UK general practice software company, joined as sub-contractors to St. Bartholomew's. Update had to withdraw from the Consortium in the early days of the project, but Stan maintained contact on a personal basis. Tom Beale was employed as a consultant to the Royal Marsden in 1993 and subsequently joined the St Bartholomew's GEHR team, as a consultant, to assist in the key modelling phase, leading to the first GEHR object model for the health care record. David Ingram was appointed Professor of Health informatics at UCL in London in 1995 and the team, moved there to establish the Centre for Health Informatics (CHIME). Marcia Jacks was the GEHR Project Administrator and is now co-ordinator of CHIME at UCL, where the St. Bartholomew's team moved.
    99101Notable contributions in GEHR were also made by: Jeff Geboers, HDMP; Christian Aligne, French Red Cross; Olivier Baille, France Telecom; Daniel Mart, Association of Doctors and Dentists of Luxembourg; Jose Calado and Helder Machado, Institute of General Practice, Oporto; Mario Cortelezzi, Luxembourg; Penny Grub, Richard Dixon, University of Hull; Lesley Southgate, Jeanette Murphy and Sian Griffiths, St Bartholomew's Medical College; Ian Grey and John Shorter, !SmithKline Beecham; Benoit Hap, C2V Paris;Gerhard Brenner, Carlos Salvador.
    110112 1. Experienced, competent, committed and passionate multi-professional teamwork. The team worked very hard, disagreed and fought at times, but also evolved a culture of friendship, mutual support and loyalty, through some difficult challenges.
    112113 1. Development of an original, formal approach to electronic health record architecture, based on object modelling methods and founded on a comprehensive and systematic review of patient and clinical professional roles and requirements, across Europe, in relation to records.
    114114 1. An empirical and iterative prototyping approach to the evolution of the architecture, emphasising implementation and testing of concepts, practically, at each stage.
    116115 1. The decision of the partners, in the interests of effective dissemination of the work, to publish the project results openly, within the public domain. The EU Contract in principle vested IPR for the work with the Consortium.