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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Just joining

From: richard terry
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Just joining
Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2002 18:05:19 +1000
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Big welcome with open arms!

You will love python and wxPython I'm sure.

Have you downloaded the CVS?
> I am an experienced Programmer/Systems-integrator, mainly
> working in the pathology area, (don't know much python yet,
> but hey, what's another language).  I have just "discovered"
> the GnuMed project and would be interested in getting involved
> from the point of integrating external data from sources
> such as pathology and radiology, (I have quite a bit of experience
> with HL7).

Done, you have the job.

 I've mucked round with HL7/HL7-PIT which Douglas Hanly Moir use - I wrote a 
quickn dirty HL7 parser in Visual Basic one night, just to see how the data 
came out, I'm sure with your skills you can do much better.
> I am currently working with a couple of major Australian pathology
> groups in various projects and with the Triple G, vendor of the
> ULTRA pathology LIS.

I Note you are from Oz. Can you let us know where abouts. Horst is from 
Dorrigo, David from Lismore, Ian Haywood from Melbourne, I live in Newcastle.

My role in the project is gui designer/coordinator. My quals for this are 
somewhat dubious, however as I've posted to the list before, go read:  for a summary, and some idea of the 
design philosophy behind the interface. I'm currently knocking up a rough gui 
for gnumed which needs much refinement but is starting to look functional. 
Ian haywood has implemented the plugin mechanism behind the gui screens 
together with Karsten from East Germany.

I have a fully functional vb medical records system which I use in my project 
(see the screen dumps at the above address, including a generic form 
generator. I've a complete list of pathology ordering terms I use (from 
Hunter Area Pathology) but we really need to move over to some 
standardisation (?loinc) so as to allow linkage with the results via HL7.

If you are anywhere local, give me a ring on 02 49 426861 (work) or home 02 
49527591 after 8pm one night.

BTW the gnumed slogan is 'gnumed never sleeps', quite apt given the 
multi-national group working on it in both hemispheres!

Dr Richard Terry
General Practitioner
gnuMed Project.
> Please let me know how I can help.
> Regards
> Alan

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