By zuzannaPosted on July 14, 2009Posted in Events, OpenMRS Blog4 Comments on OpenMRS Workshop for Central America Joaquin Blaya writes: We just finished a 3 day (July 8-10, 2009) workshop on OpenMRS in Guatemala for Ministry of Health and CDC personnel from different Central American countries… Read the post OpenMRS Workshop for Central America Post navigation OpenMRS Meeting in BostonLatin American Open Source Health Informatics Meeting, Oct. 26-31, Peru 4 thoughts on “OpenMRS Workshop for Central America” Hello! I’m so sorry I missed this. We are an NGO in Honduras, and we’re looking into trying to setup a medical record system for our organization, and right now OpenMRS is at the top of the list. If you do anymore workshops in this part of the world, especially if you make it to Honduras (if this political situation resolves itself), I would love to attend. Is there anyway I can sign up for news of such things? Regards, Grey Faulkenberry Grey Faulkenberry, M.D. Medical Brigades Director Global Health Brigades HN tel +504 9960 7829 email@example.com Reply Subscribing to the rss feed on this blog would be one way. The other is to join the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list. Reply Hello, I work for an NGO in Guatemala and we are in the early stages of preparing a patient database for a diabetes project. I was wondering if there is anyway to find whom in Guatemala was trained on OMRS, so that we can contact them for more imformation and possible training. Thank you! Reply Hi Azucena. You can get in touch with OpenMRS users in Guatemala and around the world by subscribing to our OpenMRS Implementers group. More information on this and others is available on our wiki: http://go.openmrs.org/lists We look forward to seeing you there! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.