Neha and Emily held a hands-on workshop at John's Hopkins on the 20th and 27th of October 2016, which was announced to Talk here.
They recorded the intro session. The recording can be accessed here.
They were using a modified version of a ppt that was made at the OpenMRS summit which can be found here.
They also made a 'for dummies' version of the install instructions (some steps on the Wiki post assume a certain level of CS competence and not all attendees at their workshop had a programming background), which can be found here.
OpenMRS is a widely used opensource medical record system, this two-day workshop is intended to be a hands-on experience to get introduced to OpenMRS, set up an instance of OpenMRS and customize it. Any one is welcome, some basic background in programming would be useful however it is not required.
Day 1, Oct 20th, 3 - 5 pm:
Day 2, Oct 27th, 3 - 5 pm:
Installation instructions to set up the standalone of OpenMRS 2.0 were sent out in advance to the participants. In order to get the most out of the workshop, participants were expected to come in with their system set up.