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Minutes from BioRDF/LODD telcon Monday 06/12/2012

From: Richard Boyce <rdb20@pitt.edu>
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2012 13:47:10 -0400
Message-ID: <4FDA239E.4080809@pitt.edu>
To: "public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org" <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>, "M. Scott Marshall" <mscottmarshall@gmail.com>
Minutes from BioRDF/LODD telcon Monday 06/12/2012

Rich Boyce (University of Pittsburgh) presented "LinkedSPLs - a 
dynamically updated and comprehensive linked data node for US drug 
package inserts"

Link to his slides: 

Summary of discussion:

Richard: Purpose of presenting is to attract collaborators...consider 
Linked Structured Product Labels an important data resource to keep up 
to date and improved, hopefully with partners.

Richard: Structured Product Labels are the standard in the U.S. 
Medscape, Micromedex echo product labels and add information that is 
missing. If a recent IOM report (http://tinyurl.com/cxovshm) is acted 
on, we should see some progress in how the product labels are formed in 
the next few years

ericP: q+ to ask if the SPLs reflect the areas of concensus and that 
affects the degree to which not being on the SPL indicates variation of 
information from the various resources

Richard: (answering EricP): Interesting question. Warfarin is an example 
of how consensus from the community ended up in the product label. Often 
the information is not complete and it is left up to third parties to 
complete - dynamic process.

Richard: FDA wrote laws the dictate the types of claims that should be 
present in each section. This gives us an opportunity to link to related 
resources such as for evidence.

Richard: FDA wrote laws the dictate the types of claims that should be 
present in each section.
..This gives us an opportunity to link to related resources such as for 
..[slide8]DailyMed is the public source of SPLs
..[slide9] "SPL IDs are not static, so a label's URL may change if
..the label is updated. However, DailyMed provides permanent
..URLs to view or download the latest version of an SPL”

Richard: LinkedSPLs started with Anja's PHP for DailyMed and ported to 

EricP: correcting for multiple active ingredients require modeling changes?
Richard: Modeling changes
Unique Ingredient Identifier
sounds like Unicode when spoken!
CODE: http://swat-4-med-safety.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/linkedSPLs/

JoanneLuciano Health Care Delivery Grants from ???

Simon Lee: Maybe use for AHRQ grants

JoanneLuciano NIN NLM grants
JoanneLuciano I'm thinking this can be linked with Safety-Code.org

Richard: Think it's a little early for AHRQ grants, more research necessary

Simon: agree.
Simon: need working prototype.
Simon Lin - Marshfield Clinic

michel DrugBank is the best to link to, i think
michel they then link out to many other sources

JoanneLuciano safety-code.org

michel BTW - I've built a new parser for drugbank

michel we're in the process of adding this to bio2rdf
mscottm asks michel - adding what?
ericP zakim, please disconnect ericP
Zakim EricP is being disconnected

gamble @boycer I'm interested in data quality / Minimum information 
checklist validation potential for this data. Versioning is also 
interesting. I don't have a mic so I'll follow up by email.
michel adding my parse of drugbank to bio2rdf

Richard Boyce, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics
Faculty, Geriatric Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Gero-Informatics Research and Training Program
Scholar, Comparative Effectiveness Research Program
University of Pittsburgh
412-648-9219 (W), 206-371-6186 (C)
Twitter: @bhaapgh
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