MedInfo 2015 openEHR tutorials

Sam Heard sam.heard at
Mon Aug 4 04:30:32 EDT 2014

Hi Pablo

I wonder if Jusara could organise a submeeting in an academic/industry forum prior to MedInfo?

Cheers Sam

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Thanks for the info Heather!

I think we should do something similar to the previous workshops for devs, something simple to get newcomers to understand how to work with archetypes in software (parsing, processing, validating data, extracting paths, etc), and more specific topics for skilled openEHR devs (persistence options, REST APIs, querying, reporting, UI generation, ...).

I would love to see a hands-on tutorial in which we can program live and help newcomers to pass the first barrier in openEHR software development: lose the fear of archetypes.

Also I would like to know how we want to present this, should we submit the proposals individualy and then organize or should we coordinate and make one proposal with all the workshops/tutorials?


Kind regards,
Eng. Pablo Pazos Guti?rrez<><>

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Subject: RE: MedInfo 2015 openEHR tutorials
Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:54:59 +0000
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Hi Pablo,

We have kept info on Conferences in the wiki:

See Medinfo 2013:,+Denmark<>. 2 half day sessions were held then - one clinical modelling focussed and the other technical



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Subject: RE: MedInfo 2015 openEHR tutorials

Hi Shinji!

By chance, do you have the agendas of the previous openEHR developer's workshops?

It would be nice to see what has been done, do a little bit of introduction workshops for beginners and do some new cool stuff for skilled openEHR devs.

BTW, maybe a good place to coordinate and share info about ideas would be the openEHR wiki.


Kind regards,
Eng. Pablo Pazos Guti?rrez<>


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Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2014 10:25:16 +0900
Subject: Re: MedInfo 2015 openEHR tutorials
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Hi Pablo and all,

We had developers' workshop at Medinfo2007, 2010 and 2013, and I organized developers' workshop 2010, and 2013.

I think the combination of clinical workshop/tutorial half day and developers' workshop half day would be better.

I have to write up until the tutorial/workshop dead line, 15 Jan, 2015.


2014-07-29 13:52 GMT+09:00 pablo pazos <pazospablo at<mailto:pazospablo at>>:

Hi all!

Since next MedInfo is in Brazil (near Uruguay) I'll be attending for sure. I also might present a paper or two and want to propose an openEHR related tutorial.

Is other people planning to present openEHR papers or tutorials? It would be great if we can coordinate tutorials (and topics) together so we can have our "openEHR day" at MedInfo.

What do you think?

We have 1 year to plan this, and that's not a lot of time!

I hope we can join forces and do something nice for the south american openEHR community. We are eager to learn from others that already have openEHR working in the real world, and learn from their success and failures.

Kind regards,
Eng. Pablo Pazos Guti?rrez<>

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