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 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).
Project leaders: Prof. Dr. H. Lamberts (since 1984, † 27 december 2008) and Dr.
Academic affiliation: Department of Family Medicine, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, 1984-2005.
For more information in Dutch, click here.