“Erica, yes, for some of this data I agree, it is the same class of problem. However, some of the data as you have already pointed out belongs in their already defined domains such as drug exposure. The method of collection may be somewhat irrelevant or least secondary.”
Can you give me an example of where you think my examples above wouldn’t leverage the survey infrastructure?
I’m asking because what our team is struggling with is what constitutes a drug exposure or a condition. For example when you answer questions on an HRA questionnaire the answers most likely won’t be associated with a date that makes any sense for true exposure (e.g. I took drug X in April, and took the HRA survey in October). I’m nervous about mixing it in with all the drug dispensed/condition information - don’t know if people will remember to exclude by DRUG_TYPE_CONCEPT_ID.