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{{definition|A template is a constraint specification applied to one or more archetypes. Templates are used to create definitions of content for specific applications such as a particular document or message, specific use cases, screen forms, message types or reports. Templates are defined using the same constraint formalism as archetypes - i.e. the AOM. Typical examples include 'acute care discharge summary', 'GP referral' and radiology report'.
 
{{definition|A template is a constraint specification applied to one or more archetypes. Templates are used to create definitions of content for specific applications such as a particular document or message, specific use cases, screen forms, message types or reports. Templates are defined using the same constraint formalism as archetypes - i.e. the AOM. Typical examples include 'acute care discharge summary', 'GP referral' and radiology report'.
 
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Latest revision as of 14:49, 24 April 2012


Definition: A template is a constraint specification applied to one or more archetypes. Templates are used to create definitions of content for specific applications such as a particular document or message, specific use cases, screen forms, message types or reports. Templates are defined using the same constraint formalism as archetypes - i.e. the AOM. Typical examples include 'acute care discharge summary', 'GP referral' and radiology report'.


Reference Definition: A template is a constraint specification applied to one or more archetypes. Templates are used to create definitions of content such as a particular document or message, required for specific use cases, such as specific screen forms, message types or reports. Templates are defined using the same constraint formalism as archetypes - i.e. the AOM. Typical examples include 'acute care discharge summary', 'GP referral' and radiology report'. (openEHR website and documents)
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