User Guide

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Information on registering and signing in

You may use the ICD-11 browser without registration. However, registered users of the browser can perform the following functions in addition to browsing and searching the ICD11 content

  • Contribute to the development of ICD11 by commenting on the content as well as answering some questions
  • Make proposals that suggest changes in the classification or enhance the content in it
  • Read other users' comments or proposals
  • Access to PDF versions of the classification that they can print

You may click the [Log In] link to sign in to the system. If you don't already have an account, it's very easy to setup one using the same link.

Contributions

You may contribute to the ICD11 development in several different ways

  1. Commenting

    You may comment on any entity (category) in the classification as well as reply to existing comments. Your comments can be about the whole category or you may comment on one particular property such as the definition, title, an inclusion term, etc.

  2. Answering our Single Assessment Questions

    We ask some questions regarding the quality of the content in the classification. You may send your feedback by answering them

  3. Proposals

    Proposal mechanism allows experts to suggest changes in the classification or enhance the content in it

Contributions are open to registered users only. You may register easily to our system by following the Log In link above

Information about contributors

Some basic information (Name, organization or affiliation and country) about the contributors are available when seeing contributions (comments, etc.) This is done by clicking on their names that appear near the contributions. The linked-in public profile for the contributors are available as well.

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Setting up an image

You could have an image of yourself visible when people click on your name near your contributions. To do that you need to create an avatar at gravatar.com using the email address that you've used in your user profile.

Setting up an image is optional.