"Over the last few decades, healthcare has been impacted by a series of critical changes, mostly from a technological standpoint, which, in some cases, have led to hurdles concerning the dissemination of clinical data across multiple providers, institutions, countries, and stakeholders. With its interdisciplinary nature, Terminology can make a valuable contribution in this regard by supporting a more effective knowledge representation, organization, and sharing in this field, thereby enhancing specialized communication among these various stakeholders. More specifically, it is believed that the potential resulting from the combined efforts of a double-dimensional (conceptual and linguistic) framework of terminology work and the more recent Linguistic Linked Data paradigm can help address some of the current challenges, namely those inherent to semantic interoperability, while also paving the way for new opportunities in linking different resources and making them available to both human and machine end users."
|10 Jun 2022
|Terminology and Specialized Knowledge Representation. New Perspectives on User Needs
|Degree of Recognition