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Following a clinical examination/consultation a clinician may instruct, advise, prescribe, recommend etc. These are all actions which may be taken by the clinician. Intended, proposed, actual, done, not done, are all attributes of an action.
From: Eunice Ab <euniceab@...> Subject: Re: Revision of Instructions - clinical implications To: "For openEHR clinical discussions" <openehr-clinical@...> Date: Saturday, 10 December, 2011, 17:04
Hi Thomas and Seref
Many thanks for your response ... this was what I thought too .... but then does that not mean that all that is
needed to be able to capture both under actions is an attribute of 'type' for 'intended' and 'actual' OR 'request' and 'response' rather than separating them to remove the confusion of thinking both are not actions.