Introduction to the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT)

About this event

The National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS) of the Australian Digital Health Agency is presenting 5 webinars during September 2019.

Introduction to the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT)

This is a 1-hour webinar held on Tuesday 24 September 2019, from 3pm to 4pm AEST.

Topics will include:

  • An introduction to clinical terminologies; and
  • An overview of the AMT including content, scope, model, use cases, how it can be used, reference sets and the NCTS website.

Who should attend?

These introductory webinars are suitable for anyone interested in learning about SNOMED CT-AU and the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT), and there will be ample time for questions at the end of each session. 

Additional information

Please note that this series is a repeat of some of the topics that were presented earlier this year and will be held using Skype for Business.

For those who cannot make it to the live webinar or prefer to listen on demand, we also have links to previous recordings where available.

Tuesday, 24 September 2019 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
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