Hi Diego, Seref,
I think it is fair to say that the Ocean product reused existing archetypes, where possible, or provided the early basis for many CKM archetypes that have now been refined further and published. A significant number will have been made redundant as more generic archetypes have been published since 2013.
Think Problem/Diagnosis, Labs, Procedures, Informed consent, Medication INSTRUCTION & ACTIONs, Immunisation summary, Care plan, Service request, Exclusion family, Health risk assessment, Goal, Contraindication, Precaution, Recommendation, Body temperature and other vital signs, etc. These will form the basis for any clinical system, no matter what the purpose.
Most of the Ocean infection control-specific archetypes did not go through any open peer review but were designed-for-purpose to match the local clinical requirements, in exactly the same way many systems are built. Any archetypes that I considered useful as candidates for broader use were added to CKM at the time.
I gather that others have built systems related to infection control and may be willing to offer them to the community. This outbreak of corona virus is a good trigger to consider scoping the current infection control domain/standards in detail and develop specific archetypes around surveillance, reporting, the latest standards etc. But it won’t be available for anyone in any short time frame.
And of course, that old chestnut… sponsorship or funding would fast-track the output.
You’ll also see some that Ian McNicoll authored in 2009 re Notifiable condition and Outbreak identifier ON CKM