Archive: Posts with 'Kibera Medical Record Initiative' Category

Show Your Work! Two Papers from the KMRI Project

July 6, 2017

ICChange believes in sharing the lessons we have learned and the successes we have earned working alongside our partners. In that spirit, there are two new papers available and published under open access documenting the barriers, challenges, and benefits of working on electronic health in low resource settings.

Check out: Barriers and facilitators to Electronic Medical Record (EMR) use in an urban slum

and: Benefits and challenges of EMR implementations in low resource settings: a state-of-the-art review

These two papers represent a lot of work on the part of long-time ICChange and KMRI team member Badeia Jawhari and everyone who supports and contributes to the work we are doing to build electronic and mobile health solutions to solve real world problems expressed by our partners around the world.

 

ICChange Presents at Falling Walls Lab

November 5, 2014

The Falling Walls Lab is a global network of innovators, researchers, and universities that convene annually to commemorate the falling of the Berlin Wall by looking for the best new ideas to knock down walls in other communities. This year was the first that the Lab was hosted at the University of Alberta and ICChange’s CeraMaji and Kibera Medical Record Initiative (KMRI) ideas were both selected for presentation.

If you didn’t get a chance to see it live, you can watch Abdullah present on Breaking Down the Wall of Health Access in Urban Slums right now!

 

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