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Analyse Informatique de Guides de Bonnes Pratiques Cliniques

Abstract : Clinical Guidelines are standardized documents developed to improve the quality of medical care. The computerization of clinical guidelines has attracted much interest in recent years, as it would not only facilitate their dissemination but also improve the knowledge-based process through which they are produced. Document-based approaches are derived from document engineering techniques using markup languages to produce structured documents. We propose to extend the document-based approached by re-introducing some degree of automatic processing, dedicated to the recognition of linguistic markers using finite-state transition networks. This approach has been integrated in our G-DEE (Guideline Document Engineering Environment) software environment, which is dedicated to the study of Clinical Guidelines but can also be extended to support the development and maintenance of Clinical Guidelines.
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Gersende Georg. Analyse Informatique de Guides de Bonnes Pratiques Cliniques. Autre [cs.OH]. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00102511⟩



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