GNU Health/Families

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The Familiy Concept in GNU Health[edit]

Since GNU Health 2.0, the family object is a model that holds all the individuals that compose a family, from the legal and/or genetic point of view.

The family members don't necessarily share the same Domiciliary Unit.

Managing Families[edit]

GNU Health family

Families are managed in the GNU Health → Demographics → Families section.

If you are creating a family, the first thing to do is to assign it a code. This code is unique and it should be representative of the family. In our demo database, we use the code "Zenon-Betz", including both lastnames of the husband (John) and wife (Ana).

In large installations, you want to identify all the parents, or check complex scenarios with multi-family involvements, then you use the Family Members report.

Managing Family Members[edit]

Families are managed in the GNU Health → Demographics → Family Members.

The Family Members report is read-only. You can query by family code, party (person) or role.

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