Extension of the primary care research object model (PCROM) as clinical research information model (CRIM) for the “learning healthcare system”

@inproceedings{Kuchinke2014ExtensionOT,
  title={Extension of the primary care research object model (PCROM) as clinical research information model (CRIM) for the “learning healthcare system”},
  author={Wolfgang Kuchinke and T{\"o}resin Karakoyun and Christian Ohmann and Theodoros N. Arvanitis and Adel Taweel and Brendan C Delaney and Stuart M. Speedie},
  booktitle={BMC Med. Inf. & Decision Making},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Patient data from general practices is already used for many types of epidemiological research and increasingly, primary care systems to facilitate randomized clinical trials. The EU funded project TRANSFoRm aims to create a "Learning Healthcare System" at a European level that is able to support all types of research using primary care data, to… CONTINUE READING