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An assignment for students to watch videos about OpenMRS and the technologies used in the project.  [[OpenMRS.Setup]]
 
An assignment for students to watch videos about OpenMRS and the technologies used in the project.  [[OpenMRS.Setup]]
  
Directions to handle an OpenMRS ticket [[OpenMRS.Ticket]].  Note: There are two FIXME comments in the file that state questions I have about git.  Anyone have answers?
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Directions to handle an OpenMRS ticket [[Handle an OpenMRS Ticket (Activity)]].  Note: There are two FIXME comments in the file that state questions I have about git.  Anyone have answers?
  
 
Outline for an independent study course. [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JaeYryce-lKjdLAWaxp4Df4jjIP85IOQQNUvHJ5dVQk/edit?usp=sharing J. Taormina I.S. Fall 2013]
 
Outline for an independent study course. [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JaeYryce-lKjdLAWaxp4Df4jjIP85IOQQNUvHJ5dVQk/edit?usp=sharing J. Taormina I.S. Fall 2013]
  
 
== Recent Activity ==
 
== Recent Activity ==
Learn about recent activity in OpenMRS from [http://www.ohloh.net/p/openmrs Ohloh.net]
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Learn about recent activity in OpenMRS from [https://www.openhub.net/p/openmrs OpenHUB.net] (formerly ohloh.net)
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= OpenMRS in the Classroom =
 
= OpenMRS in the Classroom =
 
== Faculty ==
 
== Faculty ==
 
The following faculty are using, have used or are planning to use OpenMRS in a class.
 
The following faculty are using, have used or are planning to use OpenMRS in a class.
 
* Darci Burdge ([mailto:darci.burdge@ncc.edu darci.burdge@ncc.edu])
 
* Darci Burdge ([mailto:darci.burdge@ncc.edu darci.burdge@ncc.edu])
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* Stefan Christov ([mailto:schristov@quinnipiac.edu schristov@quinnipiac.edu])
 
* Ben Coleman ([mailto:coleman@cs.moravian.edu coleman@cs.moravian.edu])
 
* Ben Coleman ([mailto:coleman@cs.moravian.edu coleman@cs.moravian.edu])
 
* Steven Crain ([http://www.google.com/recaptcha/mailhide/d?k=01kQLVRud4_G4fLVvieRmptw==&c=xzrJ5nOx65OjeB8B5xOwSUCBUqxRQDpU96mG9Bes_GQ= ...@plattsburgh.edu])
 
* Steven Crain ([http://www.google.com/recaptcha/mailhide/d?k=01kQLVRud4_G4fLVvieRmptw==&c=xzrJ5nOx65OjeB8B5xOwSUCBUqxRQDpU96mG9Bes_GQ= ...@plattsburgh.edu])
 
* Chuck Dierbach ([mailto:cdierbach@towson.edu cdierbach@towson.edu])
 
* Chuck Dierbach ([mailto:cdierbach@towson.edu cdierbach@towson.edu])
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* Howard Francis ([mailto:howardfrancis@upike.edu howardfrancis@upike.edu])
 
* Greg Hislop ([mailto:hislopg@drexel.edu hislopg@drexel.edu])
 
* Greg Hislop ([mailto:hislopg@drexel.edu hislopg@drexel.edu])
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* Emily Lovell ([mailto:emme@soe.ucsc.edu emme@soe.ucsc.edu])
 
* Becka Morgan ([mailto:morganb@wou.edu morganb@wou.edu])
 
* Becka Morgan ([mailto:morganb@wou.edu morganb@wou.edu])
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* Tom Naps ([mailto:naps@uwosh.edu naps@uwosh.edu])
 
* Lori Postner ([mailto:lori.postner@ncc.edu lori.postner@ncc.edu])
 
* Lori Postner ([mailto:lori.postner@ncc.edu lori.postner@ncc.edu])
 
* Michelle Purcell ([mailto:mjw23@drexel.edu mjw23@drexel.edu])
 
* Michelle Purcell ([mailto:mjw23@drexel.edu mjw23@drexel.edu])
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* Ingrid Russell ([mailto:irussell@hartford.edu irussell@hartford.edu])
 
* JoAnne Taormina ([mailto:joanne.taormina@ncc.edu joanne.taormina@ncc.edu])
 
* JoAnne Taormina ([mailto:joanne.taormina@ncc.edu joanne.taormina@ncc.edu])
 
* Karl R. Wurst ([mailto:karl.wurst@worcester.edu karl.wurst@worcester.edu])
 
* Karl R. Wurst ([mailto:karl.wurst@worcester.edu karl.wurst@worcester.edu])
* Emily Lovell ([mailto:emme@soe.ucsc.edu emme@soe.ucsc.edu])
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* Birgit Penzenstadler ([mailto:birgit.penzenstadler@csulb.edu birgit.penzenstadler@csulb.edu])
* Stefan Christov ([mailto:schristov@quinnipiac.edu schristov@quinnipiac.edu])
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== Meeting Time ==
 
== Meeting Time ==
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== Getting Started ==
 
== Getting Started ==
 
* Sign up on OpenMRS Community [https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Home]
 
* Sign up on OpenMRS Community [https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Home]
* Sign up for mailing list(s)
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* Sign up for mailing list(s), including the [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/openmrs---posse-alums Open MRS POSSE Alums mailing list]
 
* Gather information on weekly meetings for various groups (OpenMRS University, Development, Design) - see below  
 
* Gather information on weekly meetings for various groups (OpenMRS University, Development, Design) - see below  
  
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'''Option 2: Download a Virtual Machine with OpenMRS Pre-installed'''
 
'''Option 2: Download a Virtual Machine with OpenMRS Pre-installed'''
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* See [[OpenMRS-VM]] for more information about a virtual machine put together at POSSE 2015
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* See [[OpenMRS-Dev]] for continued work on the VM above into a development environment virtual machine
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* See [[OpenMRS-Dev1]] for continued work on the VM above that allows the VM to function as an OpenMRS server where students can install newly developed OpenMRS modules that are compiled and built using the students' preferred IDE on their host machine for the VM.
  
 
=== Initial Plans: ===
 
=== Initial Plans: ===
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== POSSE Proposals ==
 
== POSSE Proposals ==
  
* [[Computer_Security_Activities_Proposal|Steven Crain]]
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* [[Crain - Computer Security (Proposal)]]
* [[Coleman Lang]]
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* [[Coleman (Proposal)]]
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== POSSE Workshop Groups ==
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* The think pad from the POSSE 2015 working group on [[POSSE2015-OpenMRS]]
  
 
= Additional foss2serve Pages =
 
= Additional foss2serve Pages =
 
[[Category:Projects]]
 
[[Category:Projects]]

Latest revision as of 18:03, 19 April 2017

Contents

About OpenMRS

Official Website

From the OpenMRS website - openmrs.org: "Open Medical Record System (OpenMRS®) was created in 2004 as a open source medical record system platform for developing countries – a tide which rises all ships. OpenMRS is a multi-institution, non-profit collaborative led by Regenstrief Institute, a world-renowned leader in medical informatics research, and Partners In Health, a Boston-based philanthropic organization with a focus on improving the lives of underprivileged people worldwide through health care service and advocacy. These teams nurture a growing worldwide network of individuals and organizations all focused on creating medical record systems and a corresponding implementation network to allow system development self reliance within resource constrained environments."

Documentation

Looking to get started at a developer? Read the blog post about a new book for OpenMRS developers. The book, "OpenMRS Developers' Guide", can be found at http://en.flossmanuals.net/openmrs-developers-guide/.

Work in Progress

An in-class activity to get students to think about the roll of open source in their career planning. Career Planning

An assignment for students to watch videos about OpenMRS and the technologies used in the project. OpenMRS.Setup

Directions to handle an OpenMRS ticket Handle an OpenMRS Ticket (Activity). Note: There are two FIXME comments in the file that state questions I have about git. Anyone have answers?

Outline for an independent study course. J. Taormina I.S. Fall 2013

Recent Activity

Learn about recent activity in OpenMRS from OpenHUB.net (formerly ohloh.net)

OpenMRS in the Classroom

Faculty

The following faculty are using, have used or are planning to use OpenMRS in a class.

Meeting Time

Spring: TBD by a Doodle Poll - IRC: #foss2serve on freenode

Want to review our previous IRC Meetings?

Getting Started

  • Sign up on OpenMRS Community [1]
  • Sign up for mailing list(s), including the Open MRS POSSE Alums mailing list
  • Gather information on weekly meetings for various groups (OpenMRS University, Development, Design) - see below

Setting Up A Development Environment

Option 1: Follow OpenMRS Instructions for Manual Installation

Option 2: Download a Virtual Machine with OpenMRS Pre-installed

  • See OpenMRS-VM for more information about a virtual machine put together at POSSE 2015
  • See OpenMRS-Dev for continued work on the VM above into a development environment virtual machine
  • See OpenMRS-Dev1 for continued work on the VM above that allows the VM to function as an OpenMRS server where students can install newly developed OpenMRS modules that are compiled and built using the students' preferred IDE on their host machine for the VM.

Initial Plans:

  • Download, install, etc.
  • Track our own "journey" on how to approach the project - be able to model for a student
  • Try to get to the point of being able to make a small contribution to the community

Useful Links

OpenMRS Info:

General Links:

OpenMRS Meetings:

Links from the 6/5 OpenMRS University Call
Links found based upon 6/5 call
Links from the 6/6 OpenMRS Developers Call
Links from the 6/12 OpenMRS University Call
  • Recording of Meeting: [3]

POSSE Proposals

POSSE Workshop Groups

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