ICD-11 iCAMP on YouTube

ICD-11 iCAMP on YouTube (Days 1, 2, 3and 4 now available below)

22 September saw the start of the Geneva iCamp Meeting to test the iCAT collaborative authoring tool that the WHO will be using to revise ICD-10. Follow WHOICD11 on Twitter: http://twitter.com/WHOICD11

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The training meeting for the ICD-11 alpha draft will test the collaborative authoring tool (iCAT) and further develop the joint authoring tools and procedures. Aims of the iCAMP: Shared Learning Process: – Learn the tooling environment – Learn …how to populate the content model and make structural changes – Learn the overall workflows for the revision process – Revise the overall tooling and organization of alpha-drafting Simulating the “Managing Editor” tasks for alpha-drafting – Managing the input from different sources into the ICD categories – Identifying the reviewers – Managing Workflows Observing the interactions amongst the participants to develop ideas for social networking for the ICD-11 Beta Drafting Phase.

The starting point for the ICD-11 alpha draft will be the “Start-Up List” of categories which has been drafted by WHO/HQ to initiate the editing process. This list includes all the proposals received to revise the existing ICD-10 as well as the input from ICD national modifications. During alpha drafting, detailed structured definitions will be added to these ICD categories according to a common model. In the iCAMP, participants will review the proposed classification structure, and start filling in the content model: i.e. they will define the diseases according to a common template which identifies the parameters and corresponding values for each of these parameters. Discussions will clarify and improve the content model, value sets, workflows and the overall revision process. During this structured exercise, the iCAT will be pilot tested mainly by the TAG Managing Editors and classification experts.

TAG Managing Editors will assume three different roles: (a) proposal generator, (b) reviewer, and (c) managing editor. Thus, they will be learning-by-doing the details of different contributor roles and testing whether the collaborative platform is fit for the intended purposes of the revision process. Classification Experts will examine the start up list for its completeness, accuracy, conformance with national adaptations and specialty adaptations as well as its relevance for intended use cases. They will also start working on the compilation of the coding rules and instructions (Volume II) and index (Volume III). Informatics experts will assist in tooling and workflows to ensure effective interactions between the proposal generators, managing editors and Topic Advisory Groups as well as other experts. They will also work on the multilingual aspects of the tooling and the products.

ICD Revision is posting iCamp YouTube videos on WHO ICD11 Channel

 

WHO ICD Revision: iCAMP Day 1

Day 1 | 22 September 2009 | 5.23 mins

“First day of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Revision iCamp Meeting. This meeting will discuss the Collaborative Authoring Tool (iCAT) that will be used to revise the ICD towards its 11th Edition.”

 
WHO ICD Revision: iCAMP Day 2

Day 2 | 23 September 2009 | 4.39 mins

“Second day of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Revision iCamp Meeting. This meeting will discuss the Collaborative Authoring Tool (iCAT) that will be used to revise the ICD towards its 11th Edition.”

 
WHO ICD Revision: iCAMP Day 3

Day 3 | 24 September 2009 | 3.46 mins

“Third day of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Revision iCamp Meeting. This meeting will discuss the Collaborative Authoring Tool (iCAT) that will be used to revise the ICD towards its 11th Edition.”

 
WHO ICD Revision: iCAMP Day 4

Day 4 | 25 September 2009 | 3.57 mins

“Fourth day of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Revision iCamp Meeting. This meeting will discuss the Collaborative Authoring Tool (iCAT) that will be used to revise the ICD towards its 11th Edition.”

Week Two videos at: ICD-11 iCAMP on YouTube: Week Two

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Related material:

June 2009 PowerPoint presentation

Robert Jakob, Medical Officer, Classifications and Terminologies, WHO Geneva
Slides only, no audio [PDF format 1.3 MB]: Overview of ICD Revision towards ICD-11, includes Timelines for overall revision process and Alpha Draft Calendar; illustrates sample textual definition

April 2008 PowerPoint presentation

Christopher Chute, MD, Mayo Clinic bioinformatics specialist and ICD Revision Steering Group Chair
Audio and slides [31 mins plus question session]: ICD-11 Revision Update, Overview for the NCBO (National Center for Biomedical Ontology) of development process towards ICD-11 using wiki-like collaborative authoring tools (iCAT)

http://www.who.int/mental_health/evidence/icd_advisory_group_december_08_summary.pdf

Summary Report: 4th Meeting of the International Advisory Group for the Revision of ICD-10 Mental and Behavioural Disorders (1-2 December 2008)

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