Change Request
 

NHS Connecting for Health

NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service

Reference: Change Request 1049
Version No:1.0
Subject:Diagrams in NHS Data Model and Dictionary
Effective Date:Immediate
Reason for Change:Patch
Publication Date:9 June 2009

Background:

This patch re-introduces the following model view diagrams into the NHS Data Model and Dictionary:

The overview pages for each diagram have also been updated to include: This patch also re-creates the diagram for Radiotherapy, some class relationships to support this have been corrected to remove references to NULL relationships. It also resolves attribute labels where the attribute labels do not reflect the correct name for attributes.

Summary of changes:

Diagrams
ACTIVITY   New Diagram
ADDRESS GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND COMMUNICATION   New Diagram
APPOINTMENTS   New Diagram
CARE PROFESSIONAL   New Diagram
CATEGORY VALUED PERSON OBSERVATION   New Diagram
HEALTH PROGRAMME   New Diagram
LISTS   New Diagram
ORGANISATION   New Diagram
PATIENT PATHWAY   New Diagram
PERSON AND PERSON PROPERTY   New Diagram
PRESCRIBING AND DISPENSING   New Diagram
RADIOTHERAPY   New Diagram
REFERRAL REQUEST   New Diagram
 
Supporting Information
ACTIVITY   Changed Description
ADDRESS GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND COMMUNICATION   Changed Description
APPOINTMENT   Changed Description
CARE PROFESSIONAL   Changed Description
CATEGORY VALUED PERSON OBSERVATION   Changed Description
DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS   Changed Description
DIAGRAMS INTRODUCTION   Changed Description
DIAGRAMS MENU   Changed Description
HEALTH PROGRAMME   Changed Description
LISTS   Changed Description
NHS SERVICE AGREEMENT   Changed Description
ORGANISATION   Changed Description
PATIENT PATHWAY   Changed Description
PERSON AND PERSON PROPERTY   Changed Description
PRESCRIBING AND DISPENSING   Changed Description
RADIOTHERAPY   Changed Description
REFERRAL REQUEST   Changed Description
 
Class Definitions
ACTIVITY DATE TIME   Changed Attributes
APPOINTMENT   Changed Attributes
CARE CONTACT   Changed Attributes
CELL   Changed Relationships
CYTOLOGICAL ABNORMALITY   Changed Relationships
HEALTH PROGRAMME   Changed Attributes
MALIGNANT ABNORMALITY   Changed Supertype
OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONER   Changed Attributes
ORGANISATION ACTIVITY ROLE   Changed Attributes
PERSON PROPERTY RECORD CLASSIFICATION   Changed Attributes
RADIOTHERAPY PRESCRIPTION   Changed Supertype
REFERRAL DELAY   Changed Attributes
TISSUE   Changed Relationships
TISSUE CARE ACTIVITY   Changed Supertype
TISSUE TRANSPLANT   Changed Supertype, Attributes
 

Date:9 June 2009
Sponsor:Richard Kavanagh, Tech Office, NHS CFH

Note: New text is shown with a blue background. Deleted text is crossed out. Retired text is shown in grey. Within the Diagrams deleted classes and relationships are red, changed items are blue and new items are green.

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ACTIVITY

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ADDRESS GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND COMMUNICATION

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APPOINTMENTS

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CARE PROFESSIONAL

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CATEGORY VALUED PERSON OBSERVATION

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HEALTH PROGRAMME

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LISTS

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ORGANISATION

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PATIENT PATHWAY

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PERSON AND PERSON PROPERTY

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PRESCRIBING AND DISPENSING

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RADIOTHERAPY

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REFERRAL REQUEST

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ACTIVITY

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Activity diagram demonstrates how the ACTIVITY class encompasses all the spells, episodes, stays, contacts and interventions which may be provided for a PATIENT. It also shows the CARE PROFESSIONALS and ORGANISATIONS involved, the roles they perform and the sites and locations where they may take place.

This is the main diagram in the model and it depicts the core information in the new Generic Dictionary. The ACTIVITY class encompasses all the spells, episodes, stays, contacts and interventions that a PATIENT is subject to. It shows the CARE PROFESSIONALS and ORGANISATIONS involved, the roles that they perform and the sites and locations at which they happen.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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ADDRESS GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND COMMUNICATION

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Address Geographical Area and Communication diagram demonstrates how the classes ADDRESS and COMMUNICATION CONTACT INFORMATION may be utilised by a PERSON or an ORGANISATION. It also shows how GEOGRAPHIC AREAS relate to ADDRESSES and ORGANISATIONS.

This shows how ADDRESSES and COMMUNICATION CONTACT INFORMATION relates to people and ORGANISATIONS. It also shows how GEOGRAPHIC AREAS relate to ADDRESSES and ORGANISATIONS.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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APPOINTMENT

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Appointments diagram demonstrates how the APPOINTMENT class is related to the delivery of an ACTIVITY.

This shows the APPOINTMENTS in relation to the ACTIVITIES and the SESSIONS within the clinics at which they may occur.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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CARE PROFESSIONAL

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Care Professional diagram demonstrates how the different types of CARE PROFESSIONALS are related to the delivery of a CARE ACTIVITY by an ORGANISATION.

This shows the CARE PROFESSIONALS and their employment within ORGANISATIONS. The different types of CARE PROFESSIONALS are shown.

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link:: Diagramming Conventions.

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CATEGORY VALUED PERSON OBSERVATION

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Category Valued Person Observation diagram demonstrates the usage of the subtype CATEGORY VALUED PERSON OBSERVATION, and the set of predetermined values which may be selected to record CATEGORY VALUED PERSON OBSERVATIONS for a PERSON.

This shows the subtype of PERSON PROPERTY with the set of predetermined values. See Person and Person Property diagram for a fuller explanation.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link:: Diagramming Conventions.

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DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

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DIAGRAMS INTRODUCTION

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The NHS Data Model and Dictionary has a small set of diagrams which represent parts of the NHS Data Model. The diagrams show the relationships between the classes and the relationship cardinality.

The diagrams show:

  • relationships between classes
  • relationship cardinality
  • key attributes and
  • other attributes that are relevant to the model view. Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible.

The list of these diagrams is located on the left.

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DIAGRAMS MENU

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HEALTH PROGRAMME

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Health Programme diagram demonstrates the delivery of a HEALTH PROGRAMME by an ORGANISATION.

This shows the HEALTH PROGRAMME and its relation to PATIENTS and ACTIVITIES.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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LISTS

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Lists diagram depicts the management of WAITING LISTS by an ORGANISATION. This includes the subtypes  APPOINTMENT WAITING LISTS, ELECTIVE ADMISSION LISTS and PRIOR NOTIFICATION LISTS FOR CYTOLOGIES and how they are related to the delivery of an ACTIVITY for a PATIENT.

This shows WAITING LISTS and PRIOR NOTIFICATION LISTS FOR CYTOLOGIES and their relationships to ORGANISATIONS, PATIENTS and ACTIVITIES.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link:: Diagramming Conventions.

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NHS SERVICE AGREEMENT

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEW

This diagram shows how NHS SERVICE AGREEMENTS relate to ORGANISATION and SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER AGREEMENT.

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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ORGANISATION

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Organisation diagram details relationships for the ORGANISATION class, with respect to the management of CARE PROFESSIONALS and the delivery of ACTIVITIES.

This shows ORGANISATION, ORGANISATION SITE, SERVICE POINT and all other sorts of location. It shows the relationship of these classes to each other and CARE PROFESSIONALS and PATIENTS.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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PATIENT PATHWAY

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Patient Pathway diagram demonstrates how the PATIENT PATHWAY class is related to the delivery of an ACTIVITY by an ORGANISATION, in order to achieve the 18 week referral to treatment target.

This shows the PATIENT PATHWAYS covered by the 18 week referral to treatment target.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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PERSON AND PERSON PROPERTY

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Person and Person Property diagram depicts information which may be recorded for a PERSON.  A PERSON PROPERTY may be recorded as text, selected from a set of predetermined values or a numerical measurement. The dates during which the PERSON PROPERTY is effective and when the PERSON PROPERTY was observed may be recorded.

This shows some basic information about a PERSON and is a record of a whole variety of medical data that may apply to a PERSON. If it does, the dates during which the information is effective and when it was observed are recorded. A PERSON PROPERTY may be recorded as text, one in a set of predetermined values or may be a numerical measurement.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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PRESCRIBING AND DISPENSING

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Prescribing and Dispensing diagram demonstrates how information is recorded for a PRESCRIPTION by an ORGANISATION, and dispensed to a PATIENT.

This shows the information relative to the Prescription and Dispensing of items.

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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RADIOTHERAPY

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Radiotherapy diagram demonstrates  the delivery of a   Radiotherapy Treatment Course as part of an ACTIVITY, in respect of a RADIOTHERAPY PRESCRIPTION.

This shows the information relative to the PRESCRIPTION and ACTIVITY of a Radiotherapy Treatment Course.

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM 

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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REFERRAL REQUEST

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DIAGRAM OVERVIEWThe Referral Request diagram demonstrates how an ACTIVITY may be delivered for a PATIENT following a REFERRAL REQUEST made by a CARE PROFESSIONAL.

This Shows REFERRAL REQUESTS and their relationships to APPOINTMENTS, ACTIVITIES, DIAGNOSTIC TEST REQUESTS, PATIENTS and CARE PROFESSIONALS.Related diagrams include:

USING THE DIAGRAM

By clicking on a class box on the diagram opposite, the selected class definition will be displayed.By clicking on a Class on the diagram opposite, the selected Class definition will be displayed. By clicking on an Attribute name displayed within the Class, the selected Attribute definition will be displayed.

Any text within the displayed definition which is in blue and uppercase, is the name of a class or an attribute and if clicked on will display the definition for the class or attribute.Note that not all attributes for a class will be visible. The full list of attributes for a class can be viewed in the class definition, by selecting the 'Attribute' tab.

To redisplay the full diagram again just click on the diagram name again in the content list, and this will remove the right hand frame. Alternatively, you can resize the right hand frame by moving your mouse pointer over the middle scroll bar and when the pointer icon changed into a double ended icon (pointing left and right) click on the left mouse button and drag the middle scroll bar either left or right.To view the diagram in full, select the 'Print Window' option, this will open a new window that will display only the diagram. You can also use this view to print the diagram, by right clicking on the diagram and selecting 'Print Picture'.

PRINTING THE DIAGRAM

To print the diagram first click on the 'Print Window' button, positioned just under the title bar, which will open a new window that will only display the diagram and header bar and exclude the superfluous navigation and content links. The diagram page can then be printed using your internet browsers standard printing functionality (e.g. CTRL+P).

The diagrams can also be printed by copying the diagram images into Word, and then printing them from a Word document. This can be done by right-clicking over the diagram and selecting 'copy'. Next open up MS Word (or any other word processing software) and create a new document and then 'paste' the diagram image into the document. The diagram can then be printed using the normal Word print functionality.

DIAGRAMMING CONVENTIONS

For information on how to read the diagrams the please click this link: Diagramming Conventions.

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ACTIVITY DATE TIME

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Attributes of this Class are:
KDATE TIME TYPE
KACTIVITY DATE TIME TYPE
ACTIVITY START DATE
ACTIVITY START TIME

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APPOINTMENT

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Attributes of this Class are:
KAPPOINTMENT DATE
KAPPOINTMENT ENTRY NUMBER
KAPPOINTMENT TIME
APPOINTMENT BOOKING TYPE
APPOINTMENT CANCELLED DATE
APPOINTMENT CLASSIFICATION CODE
APPOINTMENT FIRST ATTENDANCE
APPOINTMENT GROUP IDENTIFIER
APPOINTMENT TYPE
ATTENDED OR DID NOT ATTEND
DID NOT ATTEND REASON
FIRST APPOINTMENT
OUT-PATIENT CONVERTED UNIQUE BOOKING REFERENCE NUMBER
UNIQUE BOOKING REFERENCE NUMBER CONVERTED

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CARE CONTACT

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Attributes of this Class are:
A and E ARRIVAL MODE
A and E ATTENDANCE CATEGORY
A and E ATTENDANCE DISPOSAL
A and E INITIAL ASSESSMENT TRIAGE CATEGORY
A and E STREAM
ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION
ACUTE HOME-BASED TELEPHONE CONTACT
ANTENATAL OR POSTNATAL INDICATOR
BREAST CANCER NURSE SEEN
CARE ACTIVITY INFORMATION
CARE CONTACT TYPE
COLPOSCOPY PRIME PROCEDURE TYPE
CONSULTATION MEDIA USED
CONSULTATION MEDIUM USED
CONTRACEPTION METHOD MAIN
CONTRACEPTION METHOD POST COITAL
CONTRACEPTIVE ADVICE GIVEN
CONTRACEPTIVE SERVICE TYPE
CPA REVIEW OUTCOME
DENTAL HAEMORRHAGE SERVICE TYPE
DENTAL REFERRAL INDICATOR
ELIGIBILITY OUTCOME
EMERGENCY TREATMENT FEE
EMERGENCY TREATMENT TYPE
FIRST ATTENDANCE
GENITOURINARY CONTACT TYPE CODE
HEALTH PROMOTION STAFF GROUP
HOME HELP USE
INITIAL CONTACT WITHIN FIVE DAYS
IUD APPLICATION DATE
MARKER RESPONSE STATUS
MATERNITY MEDICAL SERVICE TYPE
MATERNITY VISIT CALL REASON
MEDICAL STAFF TYPE SEEING PATIENT
METASTATIC STATUS
NODAL STATUS
NON-NHS COMMUNITY BED USE
NON-NHS DAY CARE FACILITY USE
OUTCOME OF ATTENDANCE
PATIENT INFORMED OF OUTCOME DATE
PATIENT REPORTED SYMPTOMS INDICATOR
PATIENT REPORTED WAIT
PATIENT TRIAL STATUS
PAYMENT FROM PATIENT RECEIVED
POSTNATAL CARE INDICATOR
PRIMARY TUMOUR STATUS
SETTLED ACCOMMODATION INDICATOR
SHELTERED WORK FACILITY USE
SIGHT TEST DOMICILIARY VISIT TYPE
SIGHT TEST FORM COMPLETED
SIGHT TEST PERSON SUBSIDY TYPE
SKIN TUMOUR STATUS
STATUTORY ASSESSMENT TYPE
SURVEILLANCE RESULT

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CELL

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Each CELL
Kmay be NULL one or more CYTOLOGICAL ABNORMALITY
Kmay be related to one or more CYTOLOGICAL ABNORMALITY
Kmay be NULL one and only one TISSUE
Kmay be related to one and only one TISSUE

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CYTOLOGICAL ABNORMALITY

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Each CYTOLOGICAL ABNORMALITY
Kmust be NULL one and only one CELL
Kmust be related to one and only one CELL
Kmust be NULL one and only one CELL PATHOLOGICAL ABNORMALITY
Kmust be related to one and only one CELL PATHOLOGICAL ABNORMALITY

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HEALTH PROGRAMME

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Attributes of this Class are:
KPROGRAMME CODE
BREAST SCREENING INCIDENT VIEW NUMBER
BREAST SCREENING PREVALENT VIEW NUMBER
BREAST SCREENING READING TYPE
CERVICAL SCREENING RECALL INTERVAL
COMMUNITY NURSE STAFF GROUP
CONTACT TRACING DISEASE TYPE
HEALTH PROGRAMME TYPE
HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMME AIM
IMMUNISATION AGE GROUP
IMMUNISATION DISEASE
IMMUNISATION PROGRAMME TYPE
ORAL HEALTH AGE GROUP
PRIMARY COURSE DOSE NUMBER
PROF ADVICE AND SUPPORT STAFF GROUP
PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION
PROGRAMME HEADING CODE
REINFORCING COURSE DOSE NUMBER
SCREENING CONDITION OR DISEASE
SCREENING OR PROMOTION INDICATOR
SURVEILLANCE AGE LOWER LIMIT
SURVEILLANCE AGE UPPER LIMIT
SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME GROUP
VACCINE PREVENTABLE DISEASE

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MALIGNANT ABNORMALITY

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OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONER

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Attributes of this Class are:
GMC CODE
GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL REFERENCE NUMBER
OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONER GMC CODE END DATE
OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONER END DATE
OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONER GMC CODE START DATE
OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONER START DATE
OPHTHALMIC QUALIFICATION COMMITTEE CODE

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ORGANISATION ACTIVITY ROLE

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Attributes of this Class are:
KORGANISATION ROLE
KORGANISATION ACTIVITY ROLE CODE

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PERSON PROPERTY RECORD CLASSIFICATION

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Attributes of this Class are:
KPERSON PROPERTY CLASSIFICATION START DATE
PERSON PROPERTY CLASIFICATION END DATE
PERSON PROPERTY CLASSIFICATION END DATE

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RADIOTHERAPY PRESCRIPTION

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REFERRAL DELAY

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Attributes of this Class are:
KCANCER CARE SPELL DELAY NUMBER
KREFERRAL DELAY NUMBER
DELAY REASON COMMENT
DELAY REASON INDICATOR
DELAY REASON REFERRAL TO FIRST SEEN (CANCER)
DELAY REASON TO TREATMENT (CANCER)
REFERRAL DELAY TYPE
WAITING TIME ADJUSTMENT REASON

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TISSUE

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Each TISSUE
Kmust be NULL one or more CELL
Kmust be related to one or more CELL
may be NULL one or more PERSON ORGAN
may be NULL one or more TISSUE CARE ACTIVITY
may be related to one or more TISSUE CARE ACTIVITY
may be NULL one and only one TISSUE TRANSPLANT
may be related to one and only one TISSUE TRANSPLANT

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TISSUE CARE ACTIVITY

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TISSUE TRANSPLANT

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Attributes of this Class are:
KTISSUE TRANSPLANT IDENTIFIER (created)
KTISSUE TRANSPLANT IDENTIFIER

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TISSUE TRANSPLANT

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