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Blog from September, 2010

About the Training

The University of the Philippines Manila National Telehealth Center is currently conducting OpenMRS training to individuals who wish to know more about the system and its application in a healthcare facility setting. The training program is divided into 2 levels to accommodate different types of audiences, each having different interests in using OpenMRS for implementation and/or development. The first year strategy is to create awareness of OpenMRS and other open source electronic medical records. Subsequently, once demand has been generated, levels 2 and 3 will be offered.

For queries about this program, please send email to admin AT info DOT telehealth DOT ph.

Training Levels

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Target Participants

Healthcare facility administrators and employees

Project Managers, IT personnel

Project manager, IT personnel (institutional)

Required Background

None

Level 1 training

Level 2 training (assumption is funding and sponsorship has been obtained by the project team)

Topics Covered

  1. General Overview and History
  2. The OpenMRS Virtual Appliance
  3. Basic Administration and Maintenance
  4. Module Installation
  5. Concept Dictionary
  6. Creating Forms and Generating Reports
  7. OpenMRS Mobile
  8. The OpenMRS Community
  1. Trends and Progress in Electronic Health Records
  2. Updates to the OpenMRS Implementation
  3. Server Installation
  4. Advanced Administration, Configuration, and Maintenance
  5. Protocols and Submission of Concepts in the Concept Dictionary
  6. UPM NThC Unique Identifiers: Explanation, Requests, and Barcode Generation
  7. Form Creation: Xforms and HTML Form Entry modules
  8. Report Creation: Jasper New ReportingModule and Apache FOP

1. OpenMRS updates
2. Confirming sponsorship and assuring funding
3. Keeping the scope manageable (eg, patient registration first before adding more complex modules)
4. Documenting cost-benefit
5. Engaging the clinicians with form development
6. Field testing
7. Leveraging success for the next round of funding for the new modules

Duration

1 day

2 days

2 days pre-deployment face-to-face, 12 weeks deployment (in-facility, weekly round-robin study tours, daily online discussions), 1 day post-deployment

Manuals used in training:

Level 1 training

Training Schedules

Date

Training Level

10 Dec 2009

Level 1

13 Jan 2010

Level 1

26 Jan 2010

Level 1

22 Feb 2010

Level 1

23 Mar 2010

Level 1

20 Apr 2010

Level 1

11 Jun 2010

Level 1

13 Jul 2010

Level 1

29 Jul 2010

Level 1

13 Aug 2010

Level 1

09 Sep 2010

Level 1

24 Sep 2010

Level 1

12 Oct 2010

Level 1

22 Oct 2010

Level 1

12 Nov 2010

Level 1

26 Nov 2010

Level 1

10 Dec 2010

Level 1