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'''Description:''' OpenMRS is a collaborative open source project to develop software to support the delivery of health care in developing countries. It grew out of the critical need to scale up the treatment of HIV in Africa but from the start was conceived as a general purpose electronic medical record system that could support the full range of medical treatments.
'''Language:''' Java, JSP
'''Mentors:''' Chris Hay and Katherine Ye will walk you through a real bug in OpenMRS and the process they went through to fix it. Chris will be leading a group within [http://opensourceatprinceton.com/ Open Source at Princeton] to continue contributing to OpenMRS after the event. Nicole Quah and Danni Yu can also help you with OpenMRS (and with unsolved intro tickets if you'd prefer that).