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  1. NeLCD Data Representation Dr. Patty Kostkova Prof. Julius Weinberg Jane Mani-Saada eHealth: a Futurescope 2001

  2. Quality-tagging of Information • Existing medical sites provide: • comprehensive search, but • no insight into the quality of information • NeLH will ensure: • Best available evidence • Quality-tagging of information NeLH documents have to be quality-appraised and described by an “electronic catalogue card” eHealth: a Futurescope 2001

  3. Dublin Core Metadata • “electronic catalogue cards” describe each document in NeLCD using fields defined by Dublin Core Metadata http://www.purl.org/DC modified to NeLH needs eHealth: a Futurescope 2001

  4. Example: Search Result in NeLCD eHealth: a Futurescope 2001

  5. Implementing the DC in XML • NeLH electronic catalogue cards using the DC fields will by implemented in XML to ensure: • Separation of the content from style allowing flexible manipulation and customizable search • VBL interoperability • XML will be rendered by XSL for display eHealth: a Futurescope 2001

  6. Interoperability Issues • XML will allow interoperability between VBLs: cross-search and data exchange eHealth: a Futurescope 2001

  7. Summary • Aim of NeLH – best evidence and quality tagging • Documents represented by: • “electronic catalogue cards” using Dublin Core fields • XML: the data exchange format implementing DC fields • Implementation platform: Domino R5 Server and Lotus Notes R5 • Interested? • look at: http://www.staff.city.ac.uk/~jane/nelcd.html • E-mail to: patty@soi.city.ac.uk eHealth: a Futurescope 2001