This website allows access to:
TransHis is now changed to a terminal server program. This means a user only needs a remote desktop connection to use the program; you don't need to install a program.
The advantages are:
Because of the recent change it is no longer possible to download a functional demo version of the program. If you want to try the please contact us and we can make a demo account for you.
For support we can look together with you on the server, but only after your permission. As an alternative you download Teamviewer, run it and give us your id and password.
Installer with three main programs:
EFP (Episodes of care in Family Practice): retrieval program for the Transition Project’s data collected with ICPC (1985-2003), allowing standardized epidemiological retrievals: Top 20 (or 40, etc) ranking lists of reasons for encounter (RFEs), diagnoses, and interventions, in their mutual relationships, by sex and age; information on co-morbidity, duration of episodes of care, seasonal influence, prior and posterior probabilities, standardizations for other populations, e.g. the US population of 2000, and more;
EFP-Extended (Episodes of care in Family Practice, Extended Version): with additional detailed data on prescribed medication, and of data in observation periods of 4 and 10 years;
ICPC2-ICD10 Thesaurus: a diagnostic terminology in English and Dutch for semi-automatic double coding in Electronic Patient Records.
It also contains eight files with additional information: Manuals for the three programs, an ICPC Tutorial, a Glossary, a Bibliography, a list of participating FPs, and an electronic file of ICPC-2-R (all these files are also included in the three programs under ‘Info’ in the main menu).
General information on the Transition Project
Central goal: to formally characterize and describe the domain of (international) family practice, based on episode oriented epidemiology, using ICPC (International Classification of Primary Care) as its ordering principle, and ICD-10 as a nomenclature. Work focuses on the following areas:
Data collection has occurred in The Netherlands, Japan, Poland, Malta, and Serbia (Note: EFP and EFP-Extended are based on the Dutch data only).
Academic affiliation: Department of Family Medicine, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, 1984-2005.
For more information in Dutch, click here.