To demonstrate how Uganda is using a multi-partner and multi-funded approach to develop, implement, and support a national implementation of OpenMRS.
To expand the OpenMRS community practices to support quality assurance processes (i.e. release testing, stakeholder acceptance testing, module gardening team, etc.)
To identify the ways to measure a “successful high quality implementation” of OpenMRS and why it is important to go beyond just software development features and bug fixes.
To understand ways in which OpenMRS outputs can be used to positively impact the quality of clinical care and the quality of programs that support care.
This event provides an opportunity for developers to collaborate and improve their technical skills in OpenMRS, implementers to share their best practices from implementations, and users to propose and prioritize their top features in future releases of the software. The event will also include visits to OpenMRS implementation sites along with a discussion afterward for participants to share their experience and suggestions
The conference will be structured in a semi-unconference format - each conference date will comprise with a number of pre-determined sessions/events, followed by open slots for the audience to propose sessions of their choice.
For the events scheduled, visit: http://lanyrd.com/2016/ugaom16/
Propose session ideas
It’s an unconference, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start thinking about ideas today. Do you want to lead a session? Do you have an idea for what you’d like to see, even if you can’t lead the session? Stay tuned to this page in October 2016 for details about proposing session ideas.
The traditional OpenMRS hackathon will be held 2 days after the event -- Saturday 10 December and Sunday 11 December. The hackathon is free for developers to attend, but separate registration is required because space is limited. More information about the hackathon will be posted here soon.
We are currently finalizing a list of implementation sites that attendees will be able to visit. More details will be updated shortly.
Room cost is not included in conference registration fees. A single room is $120+18% VAT per night and a shared room is $80+18% VAT per night per person. Rooms are provided by Speke Resort Munyonyo. You must pre-pay or guarantee your hotel room, please contact +256 782 480 830 or +256 414 227 111 and reference code OpenMRS2016. If you have any questions, email email@example.com
If you require an invitation letter please contact the secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Kindly visit this Link to secure a Ugandan Visa. However if you are paying your Visa on arrival (an option that is available), It is CRUCIAL that your USD are unblemished and 2009 or newer, otherwise they aren't accepted in Uganda. Yellow fever vaccination cards are a pre-requisite for your travel to Uganda.
The OpenMRS community has been lucky enough to be able to offer scholarships to people for our annual Implementer Conference. Scholarships can vary from covering the cost of the meeting or even covering travel. The availability of scholarships varies from year to year, based on resources available. This page outlines the type of criteria and method used to consider potential scholarship awardees. Check out the Implementers' Conference Scholarships page to learn more!
Sponsorship packages begin at $1,000 USD and can be customized based on the goals and available budget of the sponsoring organization.
Sponsorship packages can include the following:
Complimentary conference registrations
Prominent sign recognition in conference registration area
Name or logo on screen before plenary sessions
Named sponsor for lightning talk or cultural entertainment event
Named sponsor for coffee and tea breaks
Recognition during keynote talks
Organization listed on "conference sponsor" section on website including logo and
Logo on conference t-shirt or lanyard
Please contact email@example.com for more information.