The plan is to build a Cohort of software developers, data managers and
support personnel at a national level to drive the evolution of the
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On Dec 1, 2016 16:23, "Kyle Spencer" <k...@stormzero.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> Just FYI: There's an OpenMRS "Immersion" meeting happening at OutBox
> today at 5pm. See below.
> Apparently there are also some related upcoming events (Implementors
> Conference Dec 6-9 and Hackathon Dec 10-11)
> This, to me, is great news. The government is going Open Source for
> its electronic medical records system.
> Kyle Spencer
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 12:57 PM, Richard Zulu <z...@outbox.co.ug> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I would like to remind you about the OpenMRS Immersion evening happening
> > this Thursday 1st December 2016 from 5pm to 7pm EAT at Outbox. Register
> > as we still have a few slots available. The session is free to attend.
> > In preparation for the OpenMRS International Implementor's Conference to
> > held from December 6 to 9, and hack-a-thon on December 10 and 11, Outbox
> > holding an Immersion evening on Today December 1, 2016 from 5 to 7pm.
> > OpenMRS is an open source electronic management record system which was
> > adopted by Uganda in 2005. The Uganda implementation, branded UgandaEMR,
> > currently functional in about 450 health facilities, November 2016, with
> > national target of having the system in about 1000 health facilities by
> > end of 2017
> > The purpose of the developer day is to introduce the OpenMRS technical
> > architecture, support tools around it and how to get started
> contributing to
> > both the open-source project and UgandaEMR.
> > The immersion will also set the stage for those who will participate in
> > conference and the follow-on Ugandan OpenMRMS hack-at-hon.
> > The topics for this developer are:
> > - Accessing OpenMRS Talk, JIRA, GitHub, WIKI
> > - Setting up an OpenMRS development environment using the SDK
> > - Difference Platform and Reference Application
> > - How to contribute to OpenMRS and UgandaEMR
> > - Creating a module
> > - Fixing my first issue
> > The sessions will be facilitated by:
> > - Daniel Kayiwa, OpenMRS Core Committer
> > - Stephen Senkomago Musoke, Software Engineer, UgandaEMR and METS
> > ---------------
> > Richard Zulu
> > Lead, Outbox
> > Technology Research and innovation
> > 4th Floor, Soliz House, Lumumba Avenue,
> > Kampala, Uganda
> > +256752624006
> > www.outbox.co.ug
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