The main goal of the Proposal mechanism is allowing experts to suggest changes in the classification or enhance the content in it
The "Proposals" menu is the entry point to the Proposal System
From here you could:
To go back to the regular ICD-11 Browser you need to use the "Browse" menu
Proposal System supports the following 4 main proposals types
With this proposal type you can propose changes, additions or deletions to the content of the current entity
For example, you may propose changes in the definition of an entity, add or delete synonyms, narrower terms or any other properties.
When you choose this option, the system shows you the current information (definition, synonyms, etc.) and your proposal is created by simply editing a copy of the existing content.
You need to use this proposal type if you'd like to propose adding a new entity (e.g. a disease) to the classification. This proposal has to be added to the entity where the newly generated entity will be placed as a child.
Use this proposal type if you'd like to remove the current entity from the classification
You need to use this option if you're proposing other hierarchical changes than simple addition or deletion of an entity
For example, if you're suggesting changes in the block structure of a chapter, this is the proposal type to use.
With this option, you could propose new postcoordination rules on entities or suggest changes in their value sets.