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  2. OTHER-2512

recordedSexOrGender: what is the value of internationalEquivalent

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    • Cross Paradigm Gender Harmony - Sex and Gender Representation (OTHER)
    • Terminology Infrastructure
    • Recorded Sex or Gender [deprecated]
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      The element "InternationalEquivalentRecordedSexOrGender" will be removed from the model. In addition the text describing this will be removed as well as the element in the model diagram. Text describing this change and why will be added to the Model page and to the design considerations page. also describe how this information can be provided as a translation to the RSG vale.he associated terminology elements will be removed. 

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      The element "InternationalEquivalentRecordedSexOrGender" will be removed from the model. In addition the text describing this will be removed as well as the element in the model diagram. Text describing this change and why will be added to the Model page and to the design considerations page. also describe how this information can be provided as a translation to the RSG vale.he associated terminology elements will be removed. 
    • MaryKay McDaniel / Craig Parker : 14-0-1
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      recordedSexOrGender includes internationalEquivalent as a separate field, but it's not clear why, and the requirements don't clarify. What value does it bring? Who would want to fill this out? Why isn't the value just a mapping? It's not obvious from the value set why it brings any additional clarity. Is it to align the statements with the other gender extensions (if so, how). Given the vague definitions, why isn't it just a matter of mapping? Is it anticipate to be consistent with the other elements.

      Or does the fact that it's an ICAO gender have particular ramifications for international... civilian travel? Does it have standing for more than that, internationally? What's a reference for it?

      I really didn't find a good explanation for this element.

            Rob_McClure Rob McClure
            GrahameGrieve Grahame Grieve
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