course 445 using and implementing terminology

445 – Using and Implementing Terminology

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Course Description

This course is a follow-up to “345-Terminology”. Now that you have learned the basics of terminology, it is time to get into the more practical aspects of using terminology in your implementations. This course will take a globally-focused approach, meaning that the tools and reference terminologies noted in this course will tend to be more open source and applicable to global health contexts.


  1. Completed course 345-Terminology
  2. A desire to learn

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand key concepts related to terminology management and use
  2. Identify different stakeholders and user types that are involved in terminology management
  3. View example terminologies and their differing use cases
  4. Select appropriate terminologies for your own use case
  5. Understand how to get started with using terminologies in your health systems

Key Audience(s)

  • E-Health Leaders / Ministry of Health Leaders
  • Health Information Officers
  • Health Information Technologists such as business analysts
  • Engineers and Architects

Certificate of Completion

To earn a certificate of completion, you must complete each module and score an 80% or better on the quiz at the end.

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