OpenClinical collaborators and partners are developing an open access and open source repository of “enactable” guidance. Unlike conventional sources of guidance such as clinical or social care guidelines OpenClinical will provide a repository of practical applications which demonstrates a way of providing patient- and situation-specific advice and services, and add value to traditional reference sources.

The central goal of the OpenClinical project is to empower individuals and organisations to create and publish high quality applications in health and social care. Repertoire will be a public resource to help people share their expertise and knowledge of best practice in order to actively ensure quality and safety during a process of care. 

Registered members can “enact” a Repertoire application for research and other non-commercial purposes. With certain restrictions members can also download the knowledge base of the application from Repertoire and create an adapted version suitable for their own local requirements.

During the launch phase of all applications on Repertoire should be viewed as suitable for research and evaluation purposes only. They must not be used in any role that could affect someone’s care and we take no responsibility for misuse. If you wish to use or adapt an application for your own purposes contact