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NOTICE: Unfortunately, due to last-minute scheduling conflicts, the tutorial for "Mobile Tools for OpenMRS" has been canceled. If you were registered for this tutorial, please check your email, and contact email@example.com or come to the registration desk outside Tutorial Rooms 3.3 & 3.4 for options.
In this half-day tutorial, you will explore the different mobile tools that can be used with OpenMRS. You will see example use-cases and understand the appropriateness of these tools to different contexts of use. You will also receive instructions to setup and use mobile tools for OpenMRS, such as mUzima, ODK Clinic, iOS & Android clients, OpenMRS-jr. We will cover topics such as device management, data collection, form management, modular approach to mobile tools and strategies to successfully scale the use of these tools. This tutorial is meant for individuals who are planning mHealth initiatives linked to OpenMRS.
In this full-day tutorial, you will learn basic overview of electronic medical records systems, health data management and how you can use the OpenMRS system for data and information management. We will cover basics of installation, user management, location management, patient dashboards and some interesting features that are provided by different modules. You can see how OpenMRS can be customized with different modules that are suitable for different contexts. This tutorial is helpful for new users and developers who would like to know the features of OpenMRS. Individuals who would like to evaluate and try to see if OpenMRS fits their healthcare needs will also benefit from this tutorial.
Location: Hackathon Room
Attendees may choose from a wide variety of dining options in the SMU Food & Beverage outlets in the underground concourse, or from nearby establishments.
OpenMRS software development is moving towards building web components that can work with each other, instead of being part of the Java module framework. Since the release of the webservices.rest module, we have focused on improving the REST resources so that we have a complete API that is accessible over HTTP and developers with different language skills can contribute. This tutorial will provide instructions on how to use the OpenMRS REST API to build custom user interfaces using modern/popular tools. Most efforts in the community have focused on using AngularJS, and we'll showcase some of the "best practices" in AngularJS development.
MEETING TIME: 18:30 Departure
MEETING PLACE: Registration Desk, outside Tuesday tutorial at SMU
Tutorial attendees and early arrivals for the conference are invited to take the MRT and walk to the famous Maxwell Food Centre for a wide variety of traditional Singaporean cuisine.
Stay tuned to the #OMRS15 hashtag on Twitter or our group chat at http://om.rs/15tg for details.
1. Proceed underground from SMU to the Bras Basah MRT station.
2. Take the Circle Line (Yellow) to Dhoby Ghaut MRT station (1 stop).
3. Descend 1 level and take the Northeast Line (Purple) in direction toward HarbourFront (Platform A). Take it to the Chinatown MRT station (2 stops).
4. Exit Chinatown MRT station by exit E, ChinaTown Point.
5. Walk Southeast on Cross Street, then turn right on South Bridge Road. After you pass a Buddhist temple, Maxwell Food Centre will be on your left.
ADDRESS: 1 Kadayanallur Street, 069184 Singapore
8th–14th December 2015