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This page holds the OpenNCP General Presentation, please find bellow the multiple formats in which you can dowload it. Any comments are welcome!

OpenNCP-EXPAND-WP5-TechMeeting-20141105_V2.pptx

Available General Presentation Files

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PDF File epSOS-OpenNCP-GeneralPresentation.pdf OpenNCP General Presentation PDF Jan 15, 2014 by Marcelo Fonseca
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation epSOS-OpenNCP-GeneralPresentation_SCREEN.pptx OpenNCP General Presentation SCREEN Jan 15, 2014 by Marcelo Fonseca
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation epSOS-OpenNCP-GeneralPresentation_PRINT.pptx OpenNCP General Presentation PRINT Jan 15, 2014 by Marcelo Fonseca

11 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    outstanding slides, here are my suggestions for minor corrections:

     

    Slide 11
    "Other Services (epSOS 2):
    PAC, HCER, etc."
    Be specific!

    Slide 17
    "Manifested in an international implementation team forming" ?
    Doesn't make sense

    Slide 18
    Should be
    - "Since then"
    - "More than 100 meetings"

    Slide 21
    "Willing People"

    Slide 22
    Photos?

    Slide 23
    Image does not display

    Slide 25
    24 source-code repositories
    development and contributions to the project...

    1. Thanks Gareth, I will include those in the slides.

      Guys, any more suggestion? I know there are.... please come forward.

  2. I suggest the following structure:

    1. Introduction to epSOS
      1. Intro to the project
      2. What is an NCP
    2. History
      1. The development of the original common components
      2. NCP-in-the-box
      3. SRDC NCP and interoperability with NCP-in-the-box
      4. OpenNCP
      5. epSOS 2.0 services
    3. Organization
      1. Who
      2. For whom
      3. How
    4. Architecture and technologies
      1. IHE, HL7, other standardization bodies
      2. Architecture overview
      3. What is fully implemented, what is partly implemented, what is outside the scope
    5. Tools
      1. Code repositories and CI
      2. Java, Maven, Gitflow etc
    6. Experiences and an outlook to the future

    The structure of the presentation should be in one of the first slides. Switches from topic to topic should be clearly marked. The modularity helps using the PPT in different occasions, by skipping or extending certain parts. It also helps the reader/listener to follow the presentation.

    Other comments:

    Slide 9: add Luxemburg, Croatia, Latvia (question)

    Slide 15: very small texts, figure slightly outdated

    Slide 23: replace <> by =

     

    1. excellent suggestion, the original slides were a bit chaotic.

  3. Great review from all the team....

     

    Marcelo Fonseca, great job compiling all the request and the "eye candy" loog you gave to the presentation.

    Who will be the firt using it??

    We need to share this with Norbert Répás.... he asked!!

    • I will send and email with the link.
  4. Anonymous

    Dear friends! Thank you for sharing the documents. It has given me a lot of fun. I have probably looked through the files more than 10 times each by now and still find new details every time I open them.

  5. Anonymous

    Dear friends! Thank you for sharing the documents. It has given me a lot of fun. I have probably looked through the files more than 10 times each by now and still find new details every time I open them. Kind regards Norbert Répás, Vienna

  6. The Presentation was updated according to Marcello Melgara suggestions. The following changes were introduced:

    • Adjusted Italian adopted systems (PPT and PRODUCTION);
    • Included DK as OpenNCP fellow;
    • Included reference for CTS2, XDM and ESS in slide 44;
    • Updated OpenNCP Team PN Members in slide 33;

    Please feel free to point out any mistake or irregularity.

     

  7. Anonymous

    this presentation turned out real good, well done guys. /gareth

  8. Anonymous

    I am a physician and I have been trying for some time to find out what is OpenNCP and what does NCP stand for! Maybe there should be an introduction for dummies?

    1. Hello!

      Thank you very much for you interest!

      Have you looked into the presentation available in this page? 

      If yes, did you manage to understand the hole concept behind an NCP and OpenNCP (as the software representation of the NCP concept)?

      Your feedback is more than welcome - in order to improve the available information material.