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From: Angus Leitch <Angus.Leitch@nice.org.uk>
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2019 16:49:54 +0000
To: "public-schemaorg@w3.org" <public-schemaorg@w3.org>
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My name is Angus - this is my first time posting to this group. Please feel free to advise if there is a better place to post this sort of request, or if I am using the wrong etiquette.

Anyway, my request/questions:
I work for NICE (www.nice.org.uk), and my organisation produces a lot of clinical guidance, as well as public health and social guidelines. We're looking into using schema org to mark-up our guidelines on the web. I'd love to talk to someone who already does this with their guidance, or who has worked on the medicalguideline properties, or is in any way familiar with these properties. If there is a group, authority or owner I can work with, I'd like to find them!
I'm also interested in extending what's currently on schema.org. For example, many of our guidelines require recommendations to be carried out in a specific order - I'd like to know how to go about agreeing changes/extensions to what is here.

I'll be cross-posting on stackoverflow - apologies if you see this request more than once.

Many thanks,


Angus Leitch
Information architect, search analyst
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Level 1A | City Tower | Piccadilly Plaza | Manchester M1 4BD | United Kingdom
Tel: 07854 430348
Skype: angus.leitch

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