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About this site

This site is a web representation of a UML model conforming to the ISO System of Concepts to support Continuity of Care

The model represented on this site is understood to conform with EN ISO 13940:2016. In addition the model includes concepts in the field of electronic health record communication emerging from the revision and further development of EN ISO 13606.

Further information about the International Standard is available on Wikipedia.

Persistent resolvable identifiers

The links to the definitions from the System of Concepts for the Continuity of Care available through this site are persistent resolvable HTTP URLs which may be used as concept identifiers. They are in the form https://contsys.org/concept/_concept_name_

Computer representations of this model

The full model

RDF Resource Description Framework Flyer Icon A representation of the full model in Resource Description Framework using the SKOS terms expressed the following serialisations:

Individual concepts

Each concept is available in RDF using the SKOS terms expressed in XML at https://contsys.org/concept/_concept_name_/rdf.

Known issues

This visualisation of the model re-presents the formal association between concepts in a readable form. The representation is currently incorrectly handling the plural forms of some concept names and the verbs describing the nature of the association between concepts.

Any association classes are incorrectly drawn.


The following components are used in this website:

Published on Thursday, October 10, 2019 by Nicholas O