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OpenCancer is born!

OpenCancer was founded to tackle the problems we face with clinical data collection in cancer. There is universal agreement that good data collection underpins modern medical practice, yet we struggle to achieve this. OpenCancer aims to tackle a few of the root ...
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openEHR Modelling with XMind – Part 3 (Summary)

Part 3 is a quick reference summary of the more detailed descriptions in Part 1 and Part 2. In this series of posts we document how we began the process of modelling our data using mindmaps. The aim is to ...
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Healthcare Data Issues – Part 1 (Internal Data Modelling)

A series of articles penned by Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Dr. Wai Keong Wong and Dr. Ian McNicoll. We examine the current approaches to data modelling which have led to the issues we face with interoperability. The other parts of the article ...
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Healthcare Data Issues – Part 2 (Data Transfer)

A series of articles penned by Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Dr. Wai Keong Wong and Dr. Ian McNicoll. We examine the current approaches to data modelling which have led to the issues we face with interoperability. Main image from: Grandjean, Martin ...
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Healthcare Data Issues – Part 3 (Data Model vs Dataset)

A series of articles penned by Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Dr. Wai Keong Wong and Dr. Ian McNicoll. We examine the current approaches to data modelling which have led to the issues we face with interoperability. The other parts of the article ...
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Breaking A Large Mindmap Into Smaller Mindmaps For Analysis (XMind)

This post expands on previous posts (see summary here) regarding the use of XMind for modelling data with openEHR. The aim is to document our processes in an open and reproducible manner. Image Courtesy of Lesekreis (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia ...
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OpenCancer now on GitHub – and mindmap updates

We have now set up an OpenCancer organisation on GitHub: https://github.com/opencancer. As work progresses, we will add any generated code to the GitHub repos. You can find the latest versions of the mindmaps here: https://github.com/opencancer/mindmaps-prostate. These were created together with Sachiko Okada, according to ...
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OpenCancer now on GitHub – and mindmap updates

We have now set up an OpenCancer organisation on GitHub: https://github.com/opencancer. As work progresses, we will add any generated code to the GitHub repos. You can find the latest versions of the mindmaps here: https://github.com/opencancer/mindmaps-prostate. These were created together with Sachiko Okada, according to the ...
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Breaking A Large Mindmap Into Smaller Mindmaps For Analysis (XMind)

This post expands on previous posts (see summary here) regarding the use of XMind for modelling data with openEHR. The aim is to document our processes in an open and reproducible manner. Image Courtesy of Lesekreis (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons ...
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Healthcare Data Issues – Part 3 (Data Model vs Dataset)

A series of articles penned by Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Dr. Wai Keong Wong and Dr. Ian McNicoll. We examine the current approaches to data modelling which have led to the issues we face with interoperability. The other parts of the article can ...
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Healthcare Data Issues – Part 2 (Data Transfer)

A series of articles penned by Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Dr. Wai Keong Wong and Dr. Ian McNicoll. We examine the current approaches to data modelling which have led to the issues we face with interoperability. Main image from: Grandjean, Martin (2014) ...
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Healthcare Data Issues – Part 1 (Internal Data Modelling)

A series of articles penned by Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Dr. Wai Keong Wong and Dr. Ian McNicoll. We examine the current approaches to data modelling which have led to the issues we face with interoperability. The other parts of the article can ...
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OpenCancer now on NHS Code4Health

This has been a busy couple of months, both clinically and project-wise, leaving barely any time for updating the website. However, we are very pleased to announce that OpenCancer has been certified as an official NHS England Code4Health community: https://code-4-health.org/opencancer ...
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openEHR Modelling with XMind – Part 3 (Summary)

Part 3 is a quick reference summary of the more detailed descriptions in Part 1 and Part 2. In this series of posts we document how we began the process of modelling our data using mindmaps. The aim is to document ...
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openEHR Modelling with XMind – Part 2

Part 1 of this series can be found here.  In this series of posts we document how we began the process of modelling our data using mindmaps. The aim is to document our processes in an open and reproducible manner. In ...
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openEHR Modelling with XMind – Part 1

Introduction In this series of posts we document how we began the process of modelling our data using mindmaps. The aim is to document our processes in an open and reproducible manner. Clinical modelling can appear daunting at first. To reduce ...
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OpenCancer is born!

OpenCancer was founded to tackle the problems we face with clinical data collection in cancer. There is universal agreement that good data collection underpins modern medical practice, yet we struggle to achieve this. OpenCancer aims to tackle a few of the root causes: ...
Read More
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