Data Standards and Products (DS&P) provides a variety of training and educational resources relating to the products it supports.
The items in this category contain materials covering different aspects of DS&P's work programmes and services.
A resource library is available on Delen. This site is for anyone who wants to know more about SNOMED CT, its implementation, and training aspects.
We have developed a series of webinars that describe some of the key aspects of implementing SNOMED CT. These webinars are provided as releases of items in this category.
Short webinars providing information about dm+d and the SNOMED CT UK Drug Extension.
Introduction to dm+d
A 10-minute introduction to dm+d - what it is and why we need it.
dm+d browser demonstration
A 10-minute demonstration of the dm+d browser - how to use the browser to search for medicines and devices, insight into the 5-box dm+d model, and the additional information associated with each description.
Downloading dm+d and SNOMED CT UK Drug Extension files from TRUD
A 10-minute webinar demonstrating how to find and download the dm+d and SNOMED CT UK Drug Extension files from TRUD.
Introduction to the dm+d 5-box data model
This webinar explains the 5-box model and how each box and its attributes support uses such as prescribing, dispensing and recoding of medicines information.
This course is aimed at anyone who will be using applications incorporating SNOMED CT. It is designed to provide a good basic understanding.
Screen and voice recordings demonstrating functions of the SNOMED CT UK Data Migration Workbench.
This webinar is aimed at developers and technical implementers, and assumes a basic understanding of SNOMED CT.
This webinar is an introduction to SNOMED CT and covers SNOMED CT features, examples of use and benefits.
The webinar looks at why a single terminology, what a terminology is, some of the features of SNOMED CT and gives some examples of where SNOMED CT is currently used and its benefits.
This webinar describes techniques for searching SNOMED CT for clinical terms.
The webinar covers searching for individual terms, groups of related terms and terms related to a specific speciality, and includes tips for making successful searches.