The Use of Ontology to Represent Nursing Knowledge about Family Health History and Facilitate Automated Search for Clinical Practice Guidelines

The Use of Ontology to Represent Nursing Knowledge about Family Health History and Facilitate Automated Search for Clinical Practice Guidelines

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The Family Health History Ontology (FHHO) was developed to enable representation of diverse family health histories and facilitate computer support for interpretation and analysis. Based on nursing conceptualization about family and family health history, the FHHO permits representation of diverse family relationships including biological, adoptive, foster, step, and fictive. Rules associated with the FHHO enable automated computation of biological relationships and family health history states from minimal data input.For each parameter for each person in the knowledge base, the result of automated and manual classification then falls into one ... Vieraa#39;s and Garretta#39;s ( 2005) recommended interpretations for kappa ranges in health research were used in 83.


Title:The Use of Ontology to Represent Nursing Knowledge about Family Health History and Facilitate Automated Search for Clinical Practice Guidelines
Author: Jane Brown Peace
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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