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Google Code-in 2018 with OpenMRS Concludes

After a lengthy, exciting 7 weeks, the Google Code-in 2018 (GCI) program has finally come to an end. 2018 served as the largest year for OpenMRS with a 52.4% increase in students up to a total of 823 from all over the world and a 169.3% increase in tasks completed to a total of 1072, […]

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Congratulations to our GSoC 2018 Students!

Google Sumer of Code 2018 has come to an end, and it’s been an exciting, busy and rewarding time, with some great outcomes from the students and mentors who worked tirelessly during the three month coding period. A big thank you to all the students and mentors that participated in GSoC 2018! Your time, efforts and contributions […]

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Announcing OMRS18!

  On behalf of the entire OpenMRS community, we are thrilled to announce the 2018 OpenMRS Implementers’ Conference (#OMRS18) will be hosted in  Nairobi  Kenya, in association with HELINA 2018 (#HELINA2018), the biannual meeting of the Pan-African Health Informatics Association.  Our hosts, the Kenya Ministry of Health, the Kenya Health Informatics Association (KeHIA – www.kehia.org) […]

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Celebrating our Andela partnership

Since 2017, OpenMRS has partnered with Andela to provide mentorship to its apprentices, who also contribute to the OpenMRS community by writing code. This mutually-beneficial partnership has given Andela real-world project examples and allowed the OpenMRS community to move forward many projects including: Addon Manager, Idgen UI OWA, Cohort Builder, Obs Management, Order Entry UI, Platform […]

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Google Summer of Code 2018 student selections announced!

Congratulations and a warm welcome to the 12 students selected for Google Summer of Code 2018, and extended thanks to our fantastic group of OpenMRS project mentor volunteers, as well as all students that submitted applications this year! A total of 1,264 students from 64 different countries have been accepted to work with more than […]

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