Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

P. Votruba, S. Miksch, R. Kosara:
"Linking Clinical Guidelines with Formal Representations";
Talk: 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe (AIME 2003), Cyprus; 2003-10-18 - 2003-10-22; in: "Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe (AIME 2003)", Springer, Berlin (2003), ISBN: 3-540-20129-7; 152 - 157.

English abstract:
Clinical guidelines have been used in the medical domain for some time now, primarily to reduce proneness to errors during the treatment of spe-cific diseases. Recently, physicians have special software at their disposal, which supports them at decision-making based on computerized protocols and guidelines. Using such tools, physicians sometimes want to know the reason why the computer recommends a particular treatment method. To comprehend the suggestions, a connection between the original guideline and its computer-ized representation is needed. This paper introduces a tool that was designed to provide a solution for that, the so-called Guideline Markup Tool (GMT). This tool enables the protocol designer to create links between the original guideline and its formal representation.

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