Knut Bernstein (Mediq, Denmark):
It would be desirable to make archetypes support "professional/patient view" on a per-node basis. Allow the profile of professional or patient to be set in the templates (or at runtime?).
While this might be useful in some implementations I believe it is mixing the information model with the security model and carries the possibility of creating conflicts in some implementations.
I'm not keen on this idea. Fully support patient/carer input as long as it is clearly provenance but I think this needs to be at entry level via provider and not per node.
I am also not keen on this. I suspect the most appropriate action is to reject this.
This is probably not the best place to handle this - in most cases the decision as to what belongs to which user class could not be agreed upon. That said Annotations might be an appropriate place to handle these - there are already some defined annotation sets.
SEC - I would like us to reject this issue. It is 10 years old, and no-one in recent years seems to consider it something to do with ADL/AOM as such.