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See detailLe concept de prévention quaternaire et la responsabilité sociétale des facultés de médecine.
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; La Valle, Ricardo

in Cauli, M; Ladner, J; Boelen, C (Eds.) Dictionnaire francophone de responsabilité sociale en santé (2019)

La prévention organisée sur la maladie La prévention a d’abord été affaire de commerce. Il fallait transporter les biens sans les maladies . La prévention clinique ou prévention médicalisée est une ... [more ▼]

La prévention organisée sur la maladie La prévention a d’abord été affaire de commerce. Il fallait transporter les biens sans les maladies . La prévention clinique ou prévention médicalisée est une création de la moitié du 20eme siècle. Les termes de prévention primaire, secondaire et tertiaire ont été proposés par Leavell et Clark dans les années 50 à partir des phases de la Syphilis et sont devenus un standard dans le monde de la santé publique . Dans cette perspective, le patient est l'objet de procédures de soins le long de la ligne de temps. La maladie est au centre de l’organisation. Le terme prévention primaire est utilisé avant qu’un problème ne se pose. La place de la prévention secondaire n'est pas claire. Les cardiologues utilisent ce terme en tant que prévention après un événement, ce qui est en réalité la prévention tertiaire. Cette vision chronologique a incité Bury à utiliser le concept de prévention quaternaire pour définir les soins palliatifs . Toujours dans les années 50 les combats entre les industries du beurre, de la margarine et du sucre aux USA font émerger, après la découverte d’un nouveau processus rapide de fabrication de la margarine , la notion de facteur de risque et celle de prévention du risque cardiovasculaire. Le marché pharmaceutique y trouve une extension fantastique . La prévention organisée selon la relation Nous avons proposé une vision relationnelle de la prévention. Notre modèle, conçu en 1986, est construit sur un tableau à double entrée, sous influence de Illitch , Balint ou McWinney. La prévention y est résultante des relations entre patient et médecin au long du temps. Le croisement entre science et conscience délimite quatre nébuleuses, traduisant la limite floue entre santé et maladie. Cependant, dans la pratique au jour le jour, la distinction est utilisée et on représente quatre domaines d'activité. La ligne du temps y traverse la table en oblique. Patients et médecins se retrouvent à la fin et meurent ensemble (point Ω) (voir Figure 1) [less ▲]

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See detailContext and practice of the final work of pre graduate student in General Practice / Family Medicine. Use of 3GCP in Integrated Master's of Medicine at the University of Coimbra.
Tavares, Ariana; Santiago, Luiz Miguel; Jamoulle, Marc ULiege et al

in Family Medicine and Primary Care Review (2019)

Abstract: Background General Practice/Family Medicine includes approaches to the biological, technological, behavioural, sociological and anthropological domains Objectives To document the domains ... [more ▼]

Abstract: Background General Practice/Family Medicine includes approaches to the biological, technological, behavioural, sociological and anthropological domains Objectives To document the domains addressed in the final assignments of the Integrated Master’s Degree in Medicine at the University of Coimbra in area of GP/FM. Material and methods Observational study of the titles of final assignments granted by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra. The domain analysis using as codes the International Classification in Primary Care-2 and the Q-Codes, a context classification in Primary Care, year of elaboration and gender of author was carried out for each title of final assignment. A descriptive and inferential analysis was performed. Results 169 papers were analysed, 23,1% written by male students, with a positive overall growth dynamics (Δ=+7,0) between 2008-2017. Q-Codes were registered 276 times, while the ICPC-2 codes was used 133 times. Under the Q-Codes, the “doctor’s issues” is the most frequently addressed (n=112, 67,2%) and under the International Classification in Primary Care-2 classifications, the chapter “Psychological” was predominant (n=35, 21,0%). Under the Q-Codes, subcategories “primary care setting” (n=26; 15,6%) , “health issue management” (n=23; 13,8%) and “unable to code, unclear” (22; 13,2%) were dominant. Within the International Classification in Primary Care-2, the subcategories “diabetes noninsulin dependent” (n=22, 13,2%), “depressive disorder” (8, 4,8%) and “hypertension uncomplicated” (8, 4,8%) were predominantly focused on. Conclusions The 3CGP may become a professional tool, allowing for a more precise identification of final works, for a better communication method in the medical activity and avoiding the loss of previously developed works. [less ▲]

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See detailUne base de connaissance multilingue et dynamique en ligne pour la médecine générale et les soins primaires
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Knupp Augusto, Daniel; Pizzanelli, Miguel et al

in Pan African Medical Journal (2018)

The International Classification of Primary Care, second version (ICPC-2) aligned with the International Classification of Diseases Tenth Revision (ICD-10) is a standard for the epidemiology of Primary ... [more ▼]

The International Classification of Primary Care, second version (ICPC-2) aligned with the International Classification of Diseases Tenth Revision (ICD-10) is a standard for the epidemiology of Primary Care. ICPC-2 is also suitable for identifying clinical topics that family physicians discuss. Contextual areas of knowledge in family medicine and Primary Health Care such as management, structure, patient categories, research methods, ethical or environmental aspects are not standardized and most often reflect expert views. A qualitative research method, applied to the analysis of multiple family medicine conferences, has identified, in addition to clinical items, a set of contextual concepts addressed by family physicians during their exchanges. Assembled in a hierarchical format, they found their place alongside the ICPC-2, under the name of Q-Codes version 2.5, on the interlingual multi-terminological server of the Department of Information and Medical Informatics (D2IM) of the University of Rouen, France. Both classifications are published under the acronym 3CGP for Core Content Classification of General Practice at www.hetop.eu/3CGP. This site provides open access to ICPC-2 in 22 languages and Q-Codes in ten languages. The result of the joint use of these two classifications, as descriptors in congresses, to identify concepts in texts, or to index gray literature in family medicine and primary care is presented here in different pilot uses. The validity and generalizability of 3CGP seems good considering the translations already done by colleagues around the world and the applicability of the method on both sides of the Atlantic. However, the reproducibility and intercoders variation are still to be tested for the Q-Codes. The question of maintenance remains. Through this method, one can highlight the conceptual extension, complexity and dynamics of the profession of general practitioner and primary care physician. [less ▲]

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See detailMultilingual resource to disseminate main concepts in Family Medicine and Primary care
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Bae, Jong-Myon; Pizzanelli, Miguel et al

Poster (2018, October 19)

Background: General practice/ Family Medicine (GP/FM) and Primary Health Care (PHC) Knowledge Management (KM) - High complexity by intertwined human and technical approaches - Content not harmonized. No ... [more ▼]

Background: General practice/ Family Medicine (GP/FM) and Primary Health Care (PHC) Knowledge Management (KM) - High complexity by intertwined human and technical approaches - Content not harmonized. No uniform table of content for both disciplines - Classification system available only for clinical purposes (ICPC 1987- ongoing) - No existing contextual features classification Methods - Qualitative analysis of 2300 abstracts of GP congresses - Elaboration of a taxonomy called Q-Codes about contextual information (ie not clinical), - Complementary to the International Classification of Primary care (ICPC-2) - Using online HeTOP semantic base (OWL-2) to develop terminological records - Linking concept to existing terminologies and knowledge repositories (PubMed- DBpedia-Babelnet) - Multilingual translation by dedicated GPs worldwide (10 languages – more ongoing) - Experimental use of Q-Codes in various KM situations Results • GP/FM & PHC evolutionary knowledge base on www.hetop.eu/Q (exportable in Excel and OWL-2) • 182 Q-Codes Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) in 10 languages: ex : Korean Shared Decision Making in Korean • Experiments are ongoing and presented on http://3cgp.docpatient.net/(abstracts indexing, pedagogy, master thesis indexing, discussion indexing, automatic annotators, e-learning application) Conclusion Indexing of the GP/FM literature (congress abstracts, master's and doctoral thesis, group discussions) enhance the accessibility of research results and promote the emergence of networks of researchers. The work is ongoing and will be maintained by the Q-Code working group into the WONCA International Classification Committee. More on : Jamoulle & all EJGP Dec 2017. [less ▲]

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See detailImplications éthiques, pédagogiques, socio-politiques et anthropologiques de la prévention quaternaire
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Roland, Michel; Bae, Jong-Myon et al

in Revue Médicale de Bruxelles (2018), 39

The concept of quaternary prevention, resulting from a reflection on the doctor-patient relationship, is presented as a renewal of the age-old ethical requirement: first, a doctor must do no harm; second ... [more ▼]

The concept of quaternary prevention, resulting from a reflection on the doctor-patient relationship, is presented as a renewal of the age-old ethical requirement: first, a doctor must do no harm; second, the doctor must control himself/herself. The origin of the concept, its endorsement by the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) and the European Union of General Practitioners (UEMO), its dissemination, and the debates to which it has given rise, are presented by a panel of authors from 10 countries. This collective text deals more specifically with : the ethics of prevention, the importance of teaching Quaternary prevention and Evidence Based Medicine, the social and political implications of the concept of Quaternary prevention, and its anthropological dimensions. [less ▲]

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See detailCore Content Classification in General Practice/Family Medicine (3CGP). An Indexing System for General Practice Knowledge Management
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege

Conference (2018, August 28)

Qualitative analysis of the productions of general practitionners

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See detailLa desconfianza es la peor antivacunas
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Pizzanelli, Miguel

E-print/Working paper (2018)

La cuestión de la vacunación contra el virus del papiloma humano, es por el momento, objeto de intensas discusiones. Uno podría pensar a primera vista que se trata de una cuestión puramente médica y, por ... [more ▼]

La cuestión de la vacunación contra el virus del papiloma humano, es por el momento, objeto de intensas discusiones. Uno podría pensar a primera vista que se trata de una cuestión puramente médica y, por lo tanto, científica. Sin embargo no lo es. Veremos que se trata en primer lugar de una pregunta o problema de tipo sociológico, luego económico y político y finalmente de tipo científico. Este asunto es tan urticante que se le ha llamado “la primera guerra de vacunas” (1,2) Nuestro objetivo no es detallar la historia reciente de la vacuna, sino recordar algunos hechos interesantes. La protección de la población y los individuos ha sido siempre una de las preocupaciones de la medicina. Como los médicos lidian permanentemente con el tiempo, llegar antes de un evento es el objetivo de la prevención, a pesar de que los pacientes aún no estén enfermos o aún no se vean afectados por un daño potencial. Estamos hablando de prevención primaria. Las vacunas y el descubrimiento de la higiene del agua han sido uno de los descubrimientos históricos más importantes contra los eventos que han trastornado la esperanza de vida de los humanos. Pero es la naturaleza médica de la vacunación, sus aspectos protectores y preventivos que han afectado más a la población. [less ▲]

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See detailEtude qualitative de contenu de posters   “Amélioration de la Qualité “ d’étudiants en médecine de quatrième master 2015-2018
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Dumontier, Emilie; Ferron, Jean-Marc et al

Conference (2018, June 15)

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See detailTerminologia multilingue in medicina di famiglia Versione 2.5 italiana
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Demurtas, Jacopo; Pesolillo, Gabriella et al

E-print/Working paper (2018)

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See detailPrévention quaternaire et éthique du soin
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege

Scientific conference (2018, May 22)

Comment la prévention quaternaire permet une approche de la relation médecin patient et conditionne un certain nombre de décisions éthiques au quotidien de la consultation de médecine de famille.

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See detailKnowledge management in general practice / family medicine through the Core Content Classification (3CGP), a new indexation tool.
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Knupp Augusto, Daniel; Pizzanelli, Miguel

Conference (2018, May 11)

Background: The lack of a General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM) bibliographic system hinders the Knowledge Management of the profession. We propose a multilingual indexing system for grey literature ... [more ▼]

Background: The lack of a General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM) bibliographic system hinders the Knowledge Management of the profession. We propose a multilingual indexing system for grey literature in GP/FM, composed by the International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC) and a new taxonomy related to contextual aspects (called Q-Codes). The set is proposed under the name Core Content Classification in General Practice (3CGP). The system, freely accessible, is ready for the Linked data universe and the future of information management in GP/FM; Keywords: General Practice, Terminology, Abstracting and Indexing as Topic, Congresses as Topic Research questions: Is there any methods to facilitate indexing and to improve performance in information storage and retrieval of unpublished GP/FM scientific work? Method: Using qualitative analysis, a corpus of 1,702 abstracts from six GP/FM European congresses, main themes discussed by GPs have been identified, handled in a domain-specific taxonomy called Q-Codes and translated in 10 languages. A methodology for building a lightweight ontology (in OWL-2), fit for semantic web, was applied to Q-Codes. The research domain of the Q-Codes is compared to the results of the 2010 EGPRN study about the themes addressed during EGPRN conferences. (Family Practice 27 (4): 459–67. doi:10.1093/fampra/cmq023.) Results: • ICPC-2 (21 languages) : http://www.hetop.org/hetop/?la=en&rr=CIP_C_ARBO&tab=1 • ICPC-2 Process (4 languages): http://www.hetop.org/hetop/?la=en&rr=CIP_C_ARBOPROC&tab=1 • Q-Codes : (10 languages): http://www.hetop.eu/hetop/Q?la=en&rr=CGP_CO_Q&tab=1 • The comparison of the EGPRN 2010 study and the Q-Codes : http://3cgp.docpatient.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/EGPRN_study_2010.pdf • Experiments are ongoing and presented on http://3cgp.docpatient.net/ • use of 3CGP as keywords for indexing congress (Brazil) and for indexing main issues discussed in mailing lists (Uruguay) Conclusions: Indexing of the GP/FM literature (congress abstracts, master's and doctoral thesis, group discussions) enhance the accessibility of research results and promote the emergence of networks of researchers. The work is ongoing and will be maintained by the Q-Code working group. source : Jamoulle EJGP 2017 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13814788.2017.1404986 Points for discussion: • Reproductibility and Interdoctorvariation have not been tested • Q-Codes need update for missed and emergent themes • Integration with other tools (like PeRI) [less ▲]

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See detailA knowledge management system for general practice / family medicine how does it work practically?
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Ouvrard, Patrick; Gosjean, Julien et al

Conference (2018, April 07)

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See detailCore Content Classification in General Practice/Family Medicine (3CGP). À New indexing system for General Practice Knowledge management
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; de Oliveira Tavares, Ariana; Medeiros, Suzanna et al

Conference (2018, January 27)

Background : Sharing the results of research with General Practitioners (GPs) is crucial for the survival of the discipline of General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). Usual indexation systems like ... [more ▼]

Background : Sharing the results of research with General Practitioners (GPs) is crucial for the survival of the discipline of General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). Usual indexation systems like MeSH are not multilingual nor adapted to the particular field of GP/FM. Consequently, the GP/FM abstracts are lacking bibliographic control and more than half of the research presented by GPs at congresses is lost. We propose a new multilingual indexing system. The existing International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC) has now been expanded with a taxonomy related to contextual aspects (called Q-Codes) such as education, research, practice organization, ethics or policy in GP/FM, currently not captured. The set is proposed under the name Core Content Classification in General Practice (3CGP). Aim :The aim is to facilitate indexing of GP/FM specific scientific work and to improve performance in information storage and retrieval for research purposes in this field. Research Method/Procedure: Using qualitative analysis, a corpus of 1,702 abstracts from six GP/FM-related European congresses was analyzed to identify main themes discussed by GPs, handled in a domain-specific taxonomy called Q-Codes and translated in 8 languages. In addition, a methodology for building a lightweight ontology (in OWL-2) was applied to Q-Codes, adding object and datatype properties to the hierarchical relations, including mapping to the MeSH thesaurus, Babelnet (www.babelnet.org) and Dbpedia. Finally, the ICPC-2 in 19 languages and Q-Codes in 8 languages have been integrated in a healthcare terminology service (www.hetop.eu/q) with a companion website (http://3cgp.docpatient.net) Anticipated Results of the Research: Through better indexing of the grey literature (congress abstracts, master's and doctoral thesis), we hope to enhance the accessibility of research results of GP/FM domain and promote the emergence of networks of researchers. First result of experimental implementations of the new indexing system will be presented. The Brazilian congress of family and community medicine 2017 has been entirely coded by participants with ICPC and Q-Codes and 1746 accepted and coded abstracts are ready to be analyzed and will be discussed . In Portugal 300 master theses have been coded with Q Codes and the result will be also presented and discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailReport to the VDGM group. Qualitative analysis of the communications to the WONCA group Vasco De Gama annual meeting 2018, Porto, Portugal.
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege

Report (2018)

Background: Past and current General Practice/ Family Medicine (GP/FM) meeting data is often lost. Or, when available, it is not managed in a proper way, making the retrieval of specific abstracts ... [more ▼]

Background: Past and current General Practice/ Family Medicine (GP/FM) meeting data is often lost. Or, when available, it is not managed in a proper way, making the retrieval of specific abstracts difficult. We argue that GP/FM suffers from a deficit of knowledge management (KM) which hinders the visibility as a scientific corpus. Aim: Qualitative analysis of the 97 communications (including keynotes) exchanged during the 2018 congress of the WONCA Vasco De Gama group. Methods : The analysis is performed with the software ATLAS.ti by an unique researcher, using the Core Content Classification of General Practice (3CGP) as an indexing system. The main domains of interest and the preoccupation of the participaning General Practitioners (GPs) have been examined, identified and coded using 3CGP, a mix of the International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC-2) and Q-Codes, a new classification of contextual features in General Practice / Family Medicine. Results: The full database of communications is presented with the results of the coding process. The 97 communications allow one to identify 380 coding with 119 different Q-Codes and 102 coding with 79 ICPC-2 codes. Discussion: The purpose of this study is to identify areas of interest for physicians presenting at the VDGM 2018 Annual Conference. For comparison purposes, four 3CGP coded congresses are available. Various relations between communications, quotations and codes are presented and analyzed. Conclusion: Qualitative techniques give a new visibility to young GPs’ domains of interest. We hope to open a new era of Knowledge Management of the productions of GPs, by giving a better visibility to the intensive and extensive responsibilities of GPs in Primary Care. We also hope, through this study, to make young GPs proud of the work they have done and open new horizons to them. [less ▲]

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See detailIndexing grey multilingual literature in General Practice: Family medicine in the era of semantic web
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Cardillo, E.; Ittoo, Ashwin ULiege et al

in International Conference Series on Grey Literature (2018), 2017-October

Problem/Goal: Sharing the results of research with General Practitioners (GPs) is crucial for the survival of the discipline of General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). The production of abstracts in ... [more ▼]

Problem/Goal: Sharing the results of research with General Practitioners (GPs) is crucial for the survival of the discipline of General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). The production of abstracts in GP/FM probably exceeds 15,000 per year worldwide. Each abstract often represents two years of work for its authors and is expressed in local languages. Only 45% of them are published in indexed medical journals. Usual indexing systems like MeSH are not multilingual nor adapted to the particular field of GP/FM. Consequently, these abstracts are lacking bibliographic control and more than half of the research presented by GPs at congresses is lost. Considering the absence of appropriate domain-specific terminologies or classification systems, we propose a new multilingual indexing system. The existing International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC) is currently used for clinical purposes and has now been expanded with a taxonomy related to contextual aspects (called Q-Codes) such as education, research, practice organization, ethics or policy in GP/FM, currently not captured. The set is proposed under the name Core Content Classification in General Practice (3CGP). The aim is to facilitate indexing of GP/FM specific scientific work and to improve performance in information storage and retrieval for research purposes in this field. Research Method/Procedure: Using qualitative analysis, a corpus of 1,702 abstracts from six GP/FM- related European congresses was analyzed to identify main themes discussed by GPs (e.g., continuity, accessibility or medical ethics), handled in a domain-specific taxonomy called Q-Codes and translated in 8 languages. In addition, a methodology for building a lightweight ontology (in OWL-2) was applied to Q-Codes, adding object and datatype properties to the hierarchical relations, including mapping to the MeSH thesaurus, Babelnet (www.babelnet.org) and Dbpedia. Finally, the Q-Codes in 8 languages have been integrated healthcare terminology service (www.hetop.eu/q) with a companion website (http://3cgp.docpatient.net). Anticipated Results of the Research: The creation and the on-line publication of this multilingual terminological resource, for indexing abstracts and for facilitating Medline searches, could reduce loss of knowledge in the domain. In addition, through better indexing of the grey literature (congress abstracts, master’s and doctoral thesis), we hope to enhance the accessibility of research results of GP/FM domain and promote the emergence of networks of researchers. First result of experimental implementations of the new indexing system will be presented. Indication of costs related to the project: This project has not been funded. 3CGP is placed under Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share-Alike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). ICPC is copyrighted by WONCA. © 2018 Oriental Scientific Publishing Company. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailTowards a system of concepts for Family Medicine. Multilingual indexing in General Practice/ Family Medicine in the era of Semantic Web
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege

Doctoral thesis (2017)

UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE, BELGIUM Executive Summary Faculty of Medicine Département Universitaire de Médecine Générale. Unité de recherche Soins Primaires et Santé Doctor in biomedical sciences Towards a ... [more ▼]

UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE, BELGIUM Executive Summary Faculty of Medicine Département Universitaire de Médecine Générale. Unité de recherche Soins Primaires et Santé Doctor in biomedical sciences Towards a system of concepts for Family Medicine. Multilingual indexing in General Practice/ Family Medicine in the era of SemanticWeb by Dr. Marc JAMOULLE Introduction This thesis is about giving visibility to the often overlooked work of family physicians and consequently, is about grey literature in General Practice and Family Medicine (GP/FM). It often seems that conference organizers do not think of GP/FM as a knowledge-producing discipline that deserves active dissemination. A conference is organized, but not much is done with the knowledge shared at these meetings. In turn, the knowledge cannot be reused or reapplied. This these is also about indexing. To find knowledge back, indexing is mandatory. We must prepare tools that will automatically index the thousands of abstracts that family doctors produce each year in various languages. And finally this work is about semantics1. It is an introduction to health terminologies, ontologies, semantic data, and linked open data. All are expressions of the next step: Semantic Web for health care data. Concepts, units of thought expressed by terms, will be our target and must have the ability to be expressed in multiple languages. In turn, three areas of knowledge are at stake in this study: (i) Family Medicine as a pillar of primary health care, (ii) computational linguistics, and (iii) health information systems. Aim • To identify knowledge produced by General practitioners (GPs) by improving annotation of grey literature in Primary Health Care • To propose an experimental indexing system, acting as draft for a standardized table of content of GP/GM • To improve the searchability of repositories for grey literature in GP/GM. 1For specific terms, see the Glossary page 257 x Methods The first step aimed to design the taxonomy by identifying relevant concepts in a compiled corpus of GP/FM texts. We have studied the concepts identified in nearly two thousand communications of GPs during conferences. The relevant concepts belong to the fields that are focusing on GP/FM activities (e.g. teaching, ethics, management or environmental hazard issues). The second step was the development of an on-line, multilingual, terminological resource for each category of the resulting taxonomy, named Q-Codes. We have designed this terminology in the form of a lightweight ontology, accessible on-line for readers and ready for use by computers of the semantic web. It is also fit for the Linked Open Data universe. Results We propose 182 Q-Codes in an on-line multilingual database (10 languages) (www.hetop.eu/Q) acting each as a filter for Medline. Q-Codes are also available under the form of Unique Resource Identifiers (URIs) and are exportable in Web Ontology Language (OWL). The International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC) is linked to Q-Codes in order to form the Core Content Classification in General Practice/Family Medicine (3CGP). So far, 3CGP is in use by humans in pedagogy, in bibliographic studies, in indexing congresses, master theses and other forms of grey literature in GP/FM. Use by computers is experimented in automatic classifiers, annotators and natural language processing. Discussion To the best of our knowledge, this is the first attempt to expand the ICPC coding system with an extension for family physician contextual issues, thus covering non-clinical content of practice. It remains to be proven that our proposed terminology will help in dealing with more complex systems, such as MeSH, to support information storage and retrieval activities. However, this exercise is proposed as a first step in the creation of an ontology of GP/FM and as an opening to the complex world of Semantic Web technologies. Conclusion We expect that the creation of this terminological resource for indexing abstracts and for facilitating Medline searches for general practitioners, researchers and students in medicine will reduce loss of knowledge in the domain of GP/FM. In addition, through better indexing of the grey literature (congress abstracts, master’s and doctoral theses), we hope to enhance the accessibility of research results and give visibility to the invisible work of family physicians. [less ▲]

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See detailზოგადი პრაქტიკის / საოჯახო მედიცინის ტერმინოლოგია, ვერსია 2.5
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Kareli, Ana; Natroshvili, Natia

Textual, factual or bibliographical database (2017)

ზოგადი პრაქტიკის / საოჯახო მედიცინის ტერმინოლოგია, ვერსია 2.5 Q-კოდი ძირითადი არაკლინიკური პრობლემების ტაქსონიმია, რომლებიც ხვდება ზოგადი პრაქტიკის/ოჯახის ექიმის პრაქტიკაში უწყვეტი პროფესიული ... [more ▼]

ზოგადი პრაქტიკის / საოჯახო მედიცინის ტერმინოლოგია, ვერსია 2.5 Q-კოდი ძირითადი არაკლინიკური პრობლემების ტაქსონიმია, რომლებიც ხვდება ზოგადი პრაქტიკის/ოჯახის ექიმის პრაქტიკაში უწყვეტი პროფესიული განვითარებისას Each of the Q-Codes has a definition. The definitions have been carefully selected from online available terminologies, papers or dictionaries available in the book. The below list is extracted from the HeTOP server www.hetop/Q . Each definition is followed by its source between brackets and by the corresponding Q-Codes. The file with the sources of the definition is available on www.3cgp.docpatient.net [less ▲]

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See detailCoding of papers submitted to the 14th Congresso Brasileiro de Medicina de Família e Comunidade
Augusto, Daniel; Rebolho, Ricardo; Jamoulle, Marc ULiege et al

Conference (2017, November 05)

Introduction: The intention of codifying the 14th CBMFC's work with the use of 3CGP (Core Concept Classification in General Practice Family Medicine) appeared during the 21st WONCA World Conference of ... [more ▼]

Introduction: The intention of codifying the 14th CBMFC's work with the use of 3CGP (Core Concept Classification in General Practice Family Medicine) appeared during the 21st WONCA World Conference of Family Physicians, when members of the organizing committee of the 14th CBMFC were able to participate in an activity given by Dr Marc Jamoulle on the subject and realized how important it could be to use 3CGP. It consists of using the International Classification of Primary Care (CIAP-2) and the Q-Codes to classify the contents of abstracts submitted to the congress. CBMFCs are large events, which usually receive a substantial number of abstracts. The experience of using 3CGP in an event of this magnitude can have a great impact for the development of the specialty in the country, besides having a pioneering character, contributing for 3CGP to become an international standard in the congresses of family and community medicine. Objectives: Assist the author in the choice of theme; Teaching how to index; Contribute to updating the Q Codes; Manage the congress; Contribute in the management of knowledge in family and community medicine. Method: This is an action research experiment that will consist of the coding of all abstracts submitted to the 14th CBMFC with the use of 3CGP. Authors will be introduced to the classification system by means of an introductory text and should submit their work on the event site using a system that already allows them to perform the encoding of the abstract. The data obtained in this process will be evaluated by members of the organizing committee of the 14th CBMFC, who will be in charge of synthesizing it. [less ▲]

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See detailIndexing grey multilingual literature in General Practice in the era of Semantic Web
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Resnick, Melissa; Ittoo, Ashwin ULiege et al

in The Grey Journal (2017, October 23)

Problem/Goal: Sharing the results of research with General Practitioners (GPs) is crucial for the survival of the discipline of General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). The production of abstracts in ... [more ▼]

Problem/Goal: Sharing the results of research with General Practitioners (GPs) is crucial for the survival of the discipline of General Practice / Family Medicine (GP/FM). The production of abstracts in GP/FM probably exceeds 15,000 per year worldwide. Each abstract often represents two years of work for its authors and is expressed in local languages. Only 45% of them are published in indexed medical journals. Usual indexing systems like MeSH are not multilingual nor adapted to the particular field of GP/FM. Consequently, these abstracts are lacking bibliographic control and more than half of the research presented by GPs at congresses is lost. Considering the absence of appropriate domain-specific terminologies or classification systems, we propose a new multilingual indexing system. The existing International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC) is currently used for clinical purposes and has now been expanded with a taxonomy related to contextual aspects (called Q-Codes) such as education, research, practice organization, ethics or policy in GP/FM, currently not captured. The set is proposed under the name Core Content Classification in General Practice (3CGP). The aim is to facilitate indexing of GP/FM specific scientific work and to improve performance in information storage and retrieval for research purposes in this field. Research Method/Procedure: Using qualitative analysis, a corpus of 1,702 abstracts from six GP/FM- related European congresses was analyzed to identify main themes discussed by GPs (e.g., continuity, accessibility or medical ethics), handled in a domain-specific taxonomy called Q-Codes and translated in 8 languages. In addition, a methodology for building a lightweight ontology (in OWL-2) was applied to Q-Codes, adding object and datatype properties to the hierarchical relations, including mapping to the MeSH thesaurus, Babelnet (www.babelnet.org) and Dbpedia. Finally, the Q-Codes in 8 languages have been integrated healthcare terminology service (www.hetop.eu/q) with a companion website (http://3cgp.docpatient.net). Anticipated Results of the Research: The creation and the on-line publication of this multilingual terminological resource, for indexing abstracts and for facilitating Medline searches, could reduce loss of knowledge in the domain. In addition, through better indexing of the grey literature (congress abstracts, master’s and doctoral thesis), we hope to enhance the accessibility of research results of GP/FM domain and promote the emergence of networks of researchers. First result of experimental implementations of the new indexing system will be presented. Indication of costs related to the project: This project has not been funded. 3CGP is placed under Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share-Alike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). ICPC is copyrighted by WONCA. keywords General practice, Terminology, Electronic publishing, Repository, Grey Literature. [less ▲]

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See detailDevelopment, dissemination, and applications of a new terminological resource the Q-Code taxonomy for professional aspects of General Practice / Family Medicine.
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Resnick, Melissa; Grosjean, Julien et al

in European Journal of General Practice (2017), accepted

Abstract of Background Paper: Background: While documentation of clinical aspects of General Practice/Family Medicine (GP/FM) is assured by the International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC), there ... [more ▼]

Abstract of Background Paper: Background: While documentation of clinical aspects of General Practice/Family Medicine (GP/FM) is assured by the International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC), there is no taxonomy for the professional aspects (context and management) of GP/FM. Aim: To present the development, dissemination, applications, and resulting face validity of the Q-Codes taxonomy specifically designed to describe contextual features of GP/FM, proposed as an extension to the ICPC Development: The Q-Codes taxonomy was developed from Lamberts’ seminal idea for indexing contextual content (1987) by a multi-disciplinary team of knowledge engineers, linguists and general practitioners, through a qualitative and iterative analysis of 1702 abstracts from six GP/FM conferences using Atlas.ti software. A total of 182 concepts, called Q-codes, representing professional aspects of GP/FM, were identified and organised in a taxonomy. Dissemination: The taxonomy is published as an on-line terminological resource, using semantic web techniques and Web ontology language (OWL) (www.hetop.eu/Q). Each Q-code is identified with an Unique Resource Identifier (URI), and provided with preferred terms, formal definitions in eight languages (pt, es, en, fr, nl, ko, vi, tr) and search filters for Medline and web searches. Applications. . This taxonomy has already been used to support queries in bibliographic databases (e.g. Medline), to facilitate indexing of grey literature in GP/FM as congress abstracts, master theses, websites and as an educational tool in vocational teaching, Conclusions: The rapidly growing list of practical applications provides face-validity for the usefulness of this freely available new terminological resource. [less ▲]

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