Informed Consent Ontology – ICBO 2019

ICBO 2019 : International Conference on Biomedical Ontology 2019

Poster: Using Stases to Enrich When and Where Regulations are in Force

Abstract: Using Stases to Enrich When and Where Regulations are in Force

Ontologies in OWL suffer limitations in time-indexing, yet these difficulties may be overcome with the use of the class ‘stasis’ in the Common Core Ontologies. The Informed Consent Ontology exemplifies an effective implementation of stases for tracking whether a biospecimen or informed consent process is subject to regulations in the relevant jurisdiction. Other OBO Foundry ontologies may be similarly improved by using stases.

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