Post a new OHDSI Forum thread: A new thread on OHDSI forum. Title of the thread should start with ‘Phenotype Submission -’. Examples of titles for the thread: ‘Phenotype submission - Acute Hepatic Failure’. Using this naming convention makes it easier to find your submission, and for community reviewers to review your work.
Attach cohort definitions: This is usually an Atlas-generated cohort JSON output as a .txt file. Please attach this .txt file to your forum post. If you have more than one cohort definition, upload each cohort JSON as individual .txt files, giving each definition a clear name.
Provide metadata about the uploaded cohort definition: The library collects the following user/community/author-submitted metadata as attributes of each submitted cohort definition:
Other recommended items (optional): - Link to CohortDiagnostics output. - Summary of PheValuator reported operating characteristics. - Literature Review: Summarize literature related to the phenotype of interest, such as joe et al.  restricted to inpatient visit, and reported a PPV of 98%. Please cite joe et al. article  - do not attach the original article in the forum post. See article Guidance on Literature Review. - Commentary on the observed performance characteristics. See article Guidance on Writing An Evaluation Report.
Assignment for Peer Review: - Peer review is optional. If you would like your submission to be peer-reviewed, please state so on the forum post. - OHDSI will perform an open peer review through the OHDSI Phenotype Development and Evaluation workgroup. - Workgroup members will be assigned as peer reviewers. - Based on the decision of the peer reviewer(s), the cohort definition would be considered accepted. - Once accepted, the cohort definitions will be made immutable, and a version number will be assigned. Key peer review notes will usually be referenced (commonly to the forum post).